I am a Special Education Teacher who writes about my own family. In no way should anything I write be taken as medical or professional advice. I am NOT a doctor, lawyer, phsyiotherapist, occupational therapist or any other medical professional. Even if I was, I could not give an informed opinion as to your situation because I cannot see you.
My blog is simply my own opinion, and should NEVER be taken as any kind of legal or professional advice. (Seriously, I wrote about the contents of my purse and a letter to my cats folks, you do not want my advice;-) Although I am a professional with extensive experience in special education and a parent of children with special needs, what I write cannot be taken as professional advice because of the nature of the internet.
That said, here are some disclaimers and more legal stuff:
Legal Disclaimer – I was sent a few books and a set of In-Synch Activity Cards resource for review and I am writing reviews of these resources based on my own opinions. I am NOT an Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Psychologist, or Medical Doctor. I speak from my experiences as a special education teacher and parent of a child with Sensory Processing Disorder. I merely offer my opinion, what you do with it is entirely up to you. My blog should never replace professional advice and medical care.
Financial Disclosure – I was sent a few complimentary books and a set of In-Synch Activity Cards resource for review. All opinions are my own. If you purchase items using the coupon code HALFPAST through Sensory World or Future Horizons I will receive a small percentage of the purchase amount. But the bottom line is these are amazing resources from an excellent provider. Be sure to check them out!
Finally – (please) do not copy my work!
©Angela halfpastnormal (2012) All work in this blog is my own and subject to Canada’s copyright laws. If you wish to copy all or a part of any of my posts or blog (including re-blogging, posting links to my blog on sites I do not authorize, etc…) please contact me via email first: