Insights on early speech therapy for Down syndrome: a dad’s observations In the beginning….. Part of the adjustment a parent must make when told their child has Down syndrome is getting used to all of the therapists. These therapists are well intentioned individuals that have various
I blog for other fathers of kids with Down syndrome As I started my journey into the world of Down syndrome I noticed two distinct things about the resources available to new parents. I noticed that the information most readily available did not convey any of the joys involved w
The doctor’s office should not be a place of prejudice. I just took Treyton to the doctor so he could be checked for Atlantoaxial Instability. I was not worried about this appointment; in fact, I was looking forward to it because I like to go places with Treyton.
The Down syndrome experience is a common denominator The First Church of Cracker Barrel The former pastor of the church where I attend had a saying he would use whenever things were getting really honest; you know, when it was obvious that what he was saying was hitting “close t
What do Johnny Cash, Kid Rock, and Down syndrome have in common? Music can connect with you in amazing ways. Riding in my car the other day a new song came on the radio that summed up how I felt about Treyton. It was one of those “wow” moments. I did my best to figure out