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Eli’s Story

By |October 23rd, 2017|Early Intervention, News & Events|

Auglaize County Family Shares Their Experience with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) Eli's Birth and Diagnosis National EB Awareness Week is observed each year from October 25th - October 31st, but Minster, Ohio residents, Alex and Lindsay Monnier, have been promoting awareness and research for a cure everyday for the last two years. The Monnier's son, Eli, [...]

Don’t Throw it Away!!

By |May 10th, 2017|Early Intervention|

5 Handy Diaper Box Uses Diaper boxes…how many do we go through in those first couple years with a child? The answer…A LOT! I typically use mine to store clothes in until it’s garage sale time. One day, however, as I was packing clothes away, my 6 month old became super interested in the box; [...]

Trash or Treasure?

By |May 2nd, 2017|Early Intervention|

7 Things You Throw Away that Build Fine Motor and Speech and Language Skills How many times have you said, “The kids had more fun playing with the boxes than the toy that was inside?” It’s not the toy that creates engagement and learning experiences. It’s YOU! Your animated, silly, and simple interactions with your infant or toddler help build [...]

Sensory Activities for Spring!

By |April 13th, 2017|Early Intervention|

Stimulation Through Fun & Play! Sensory… it’s what we use every day from waking up to going to bed. We use all our senses to get through the day by adapting to the information our senses tell us. Babies and toddlers do the same thing; only they have not yet had all the experiences we as [...]