Don’t think I’ve dedicated enough time to my blog efforts. Will definitely be attending this series about effective use of WordPress. Join Morgan to learn more.
We know so much, but so little.
“Perhaps the most striking moment of the symposium came when Gottfried Schlaug of Harvard Medical School and the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center revealed the results of an approach he has developed, called auditory-motor mapping training, using pitch and rhythm to heal autistic children who are incapable of speaking. A video camera captured a boy, almost 5 years old, at various stages of the treatment: Although unresponsive at the beginning, after 10 sessions he suddenly uttered a word: “bubbles.” It was the moment at which his parents heard his voice for the very first time. (Autistic children love anything that makes bubbles, noted Dr. Schlaug.) After 40 sessions, he was speaking simple sentences as well as his name. As this progress played out on screen, a gasp went up from the entire audience. It was a dramatic example of how music is now being employed to revive dormant pathways in the brain.”
Stay tuned for an interview with one of my favorite art therapists.
Business Among Moms July 13, 2012
A great example of entrepreneurial Moms helping one another succeed. Be sure to check out some of the great Mom-owned businesses.