Music therapist Jim Gaven explains how his class transitioning between rhythms and tempos helps children more easily transition through life.
Love is a child’s first language. By understanding attachment theory and stages of cognitive development we can better speak their language.
Not many moms can say EA/TEF is all in the family, but Corrin Ponte can. Today she offers advice from a unique vantage point.
The questions every EA/TEF parent asks after diagnosis are the same. Today’s guest blogger eventually learned to ask a different question.
The truths that gave hope one month ago today are the truths that sustain us a caregivers throughout our lives and those of our loved ones.
EA/TEF Awareness Month is celebrating 10 years of stories at Different Dream. To celebrate, here are 10 favorite posts, 1 for each year.