Tweet Amy Zuniga has joined me on The Music Therapy Show a couple of times for a Parent Support Group (Check them out: S is for Support, Parenting Models, Creating Rhythm in Your Day, Back To School, and What’s going right?). We decided to create our own BlogTalkRadio channel, separate from the original show. And I […]
Tweet A few weeks ago, I mentioned my Wellness Agenda on a Facebook group. People asked me about it, so I said I would write a post about it. Basically, my Wellness Agenda is a set of goals that relate to each of the wellness dimensions that make sure I’m meeting all of my needs […]
Tweet A long overdue episode of Parent Support group is finally here! Amy Zuniga, mother of two and a parenting support professional, joins me, Janice Lindstrom, mother of one and music therapist, to talk about what our families have been dealing with this month and the things we have been worried about as parents that […]
Tweet Amy Zuniga runs the Mommy Mixers at Texas Health Presbyterian in Dallas TX. She is joining me to discuss support for new moms–why it’s important, how to connect with other moms, where to find support, and other topics. I’ll discuss some ways that I use music as mommy support. We’ll even take questions if […]
Tweet I told you about a song that keeps my kid still so that I can change his diaper. To my amazement, that still works (most of the time)!
Tweet I recently shared with my mommy group that my child squirms a lot during diaper changes. It can be a safety hazard if he wiggles off the surface that I’m changing him on. I started singing this song one day:
Tweet Children with developmental or neurological disorders have many challenges to overcome, but can still learn new skills. It is important that we check our assumptions about what someone is capable of, because they may exceed our expectations, given the opportunity.
Tweet Autism is a spectrum disorder that affects individuals differently and in a variety of ways. Typically, people with autism have a lack of or delay in spoken language, repetitive motor or language behaviors, little or no eye contact, lack of interest in socializing, inability to make-believe, and fixation on parts of objects. People with […]