Nike made some hands free shoes with accessibility in mind. I can’t wait to take a closer look at them! No more laces, zippers or Velcro! https://news.nike.com/news/nike-go-flyease-hands-free-shoe?cid=4942550&cp=usns_aff_nike_content_PID_100089915_Skimlinks&cjevent=3e3e89eb681911eb80f102e40a1c0e0e

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“Our responsive web-based application helps individuals with special needs (age 13+) find friends at home or on the go, based off their geolocation, diagnosis, age and interests.” There is a real need for this and I can’t wait to set it up for some of my clients. The screenshots say that it will even help…

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If you are like me, you are trying to enjoy the last bits of summer before the school year starts up again. This feels normal but what lies ahead is not but I believe that we can do this. I keep hearing educators, therapists and administrators offering wonderful advice like: set up a schedule to…

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PublicI’ve spent the last 4 months transitioning my clients to online meetings, something that I would have thought impossible a mere 5 months ago. I am finally ready to share about what and how I am doing this but I want to take us back to February 23rd, the day Jordan Olerud transitioned out to…

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Elizabeth’s approach to helping our young adult son, and us as a family, has been unique among the many practitioners we have worked with. She has truly ‘learned’ us as opposed to bringing preconceptions or prescribed approaches to growth and skill development. This isn’t to say she doesn’t bring significant experience and technique in her…

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As the entire Seattle area grapples with the COVID-19 outbreak, I’ve wanted to find a way to support the larger community while remaining of service to my current clients. I keep coming back to focusing on what we are grateful for and how best to build connections during a time when social distance is the…

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