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Tuesday 21 Nov 2017

February is Relationship Wellness Month

It’s February 2012, and this month we’re featuring articles based on Relationship Wellness. If you’re a parent of a child with a disability you know that sometimes relationships can get strained. Your relationships with your spouse, your children, your family, your friends, community members, school and other professionals and most importantly YOURSELF can all become difficult to maintain as you’re dealing with multiple stressors in your life. We know, however, that healthy relationships are what keep us strong and keep us all moving in a positive direction, so this month we’re going to talking about just that: how do you keep all your relationships (and those of your child) alive and well?!?

The first article this month is a book review and interview with Dr. Gil Tippy. He is the author of the the book “Respecting Autism: The Rebecca School DIR Casebook for Parents and Professionals” and the clinical director of the Rebecca School in Manhattan. Stay tuned for this article! For those of you who don’t know DIR stands for Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-Based Model. This intervention model is also called Floortime and it was developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan.

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