Saturday, August 28, 2010

Alphabet Therapy

This is a video of a 5 year old little girl, named Rylee, with AS, in a session with Fae Lumauag, from The Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, Alphabet Therapy Program.

We are hoping to bring Fae to Dallas, sometime in the near future, to work with our local families! What a great opportunity!!

Rylee's daddy, Ryan, wrote a book called Jade and the Walking Stick it's a fabulous little book! A snippet of the book summary: Inspired by the story of a young girl with Angelman Syndrome, Jade and the Walking Stick is a fantastical tale of a special needs child coping with the challenges in her life. Written for the author's daughter, the book symbolizes the developmental milestones common to special needs children through a fantasy fiction narrative. A fable of acceptance and triumph, Jade and the Walking Stick should inspire others to face all of life's challenges with a smile.

Love one another!~Yvonne

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