Seven Snippets – Wheelchair Edition

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4 Responses

  1. I love it! So excited for all of you…

  2. danielle says:

    Ditto what Kathy said! 🙂

    …danielle

  3. It seems counter-intuitive, but I agree with you about the “substitute” actually being motivating/freeing. Neither of my children have used wheelchairs, but I have seen the same thing with Sarah Kate’s walker that she used when she was younger and now with Nathan’s sign language. Using sign language has made it easier for him to have back-and-forth communication with us, which has encouraged him to “say” even more (both verbal and sign). Also, as you said, being mobile caused him to take off in other areas – once he started walking, communication skills EXPLODED.

    Thanks for participating in SSF!

  4. Nice set of wheels Aidan! I am excited for you all!!

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