I've been planning a mini series on my blog on Down Syndrome and the early years for a long time (before I even had a blog!). I hope much of it might be transferable to parents of children with different needs and even helpful for parents of children without developmental delays.
1. Being your child's biggest cheerleader and advocating for them
2. Coordinating everything
3. Appointments - top tips
4. Outcome based approach to development
Being your child's biggest cheerleader and advocating for them
Children thrive when they know they’re loved unconditionally and have someone always on their side encouraging them. Read more about cheering your children and standing up for them when they don't have a voice.