AUT-2B-HOME IN CAROLINA ~ Teaching our twenty-five-year-old daughter with autism and aphasia, who is still learning about God, the world, and its people with a little help from Charlotte Mason
Wow the laundry's done!! How's Pamela feeling about all this togetherness?
Speaking of togetherness, even the laundry baskets are together!! ;)
Dang- you are QUICK in implementation...you should see my laundry!
that is impressive indeed! i have an older book about RDI...i am gonna go read it. you have me intrigued.
i just want to say thank you for your blog. i have been reading many of your past posts and trying to digest all of the information. there are so many ideas i can use. i hope you continue to write about all the things you have read and researched. this is such a huge help to us travelling along the same path.
Poohder and Jamberry, Pamela enjoys togetherness, as long as she gets her down time! Those laundry baskets are claustrophobically together! Queen Mum, You haven't seen my homeschool room! ;-PMax's Mom, I am very impressed with RDI. Of all of the autism programs out there, I think it gets closest to the issues faced in autism, regardless of the cause.
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