Early intervention for children with special needs

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Early intervention is one of the greatest gifts that you can give your child. And no matter where your living in the US or globally you will find a university or a hospital where you can be directed to an early intervention program. The children there will learn social interaction. They will learn order. They'll make friends. Hopefully they'll learn sign language as a means of total communications using every means to express themselves as possible whether speech, as I say sign or other manipulatives. Just enough cannot be said about it. It really gives your child the best early intervention literally as it suggests. The best start to life in a really comforting, secure environment. I'm very, very blessed that my son has been at UCLA.

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Catherine Lacey Dodd

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British born and living in Los Angeles, Catherine Lacey Dodd is the mother to Reuben Jack, age five, and Callum Andreas, age four. She’s a work at home mama, owner/photographer at Catherine Lacey Photography and creative writer. Reuben, whose name means, "behold a beloved son", has CHARGE syndrome. He has undergone 18 surgeries including two open heart and countless hospitalizations. Callum is his much longed for brother and his best friend. She created the blog, ReubenJackDodd, which tells her family’s journey through thought-provoking words juxtaposed with eye catching imagery and the sweet faces of her two little loves. 

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