Parents are often good at understanding their own children. Even when kids make many sound substitutions (for example, saying “f” instead of “th”), most parents are expert decoders. However, if a child is very difficult to understand, or if you find yourself translating for your child often, you are not alone. How much of what […]
Back in Oregon, back in Ashland. It feels so good to be home!
Ecuador: We have arrived in Quito, after several flights and almost 24 hours of travel. We are a bit weary, and feeling under the weather with the extreme change in altitude from Oregon. Soon we travel via bus to another city, where we will be volunteering at a nonprofit school for children with disabilities. It […]
Forty days until I leave the country with these crazy kids! I’m headed to Ecuador on a professional volunteer trip with these lovely, smiling faces. While in Ecuador, we will hold trainings on working with students with disabilities and will run a one-day clinic. When we come back, we’ll all know each other a whole […]