FTMC to offer back-to-school program

Back-to-school time can be very stressful for parents and children. When your family has a child with special needs, it is even more stressful. "Children with ADD/ADHD, autism, sensory disorders and other social difficulties need the proper guidance to help them with their back-to-school transition," said Lisa Horchler, a speech-language pathologist and Fisher-Titus Medical Center's special program coordinator.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

Back-to-school time can be very stressful for parents and children. When your family has a child with special needs, it is even more stressful.

"Children with ADD/ADHD, autism, sensory disorders and other social difficulties need the proper guidance to help them with their back-to-school transition," said Lisa Horchler, a speech-language pathologist and Fisher-Titus Medical Center's special program coordinator.

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