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How to Teach a Special Needs Child to Dress up and Tie Shoelaces

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Hi guys, so I usually attend different events that touch on raising children, because not only do I want to keep myself informed, but also because I often get many questions from you my readers about different facets of parenting and whose answers I may not always necessarily know, so I go for these events to learn, then come back and share the information with you 🙂

So that’s the case with the training I attended that was particularly tailored for nannies and caregivers who are raising children with special needs. Here’s the first part I did of that. By the way even though you may not be raising a special needs child in your home, the information is nevertheless very helpful to you because you may have a family member, relative, neighbor, colleague or friend who is, and so your knowledge could really help them too because ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ 🙂

This video is a continuation of this one that I did before, and it talks about teaching a special needs child how to dress up and tie their laces. Quite insightful!

Share the link with your networks -you just may never know who is looking for this kind of information.

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Maryanne W. Waweru is a Kenyan mum raising her two sons in Nairobi. A journalist, Maryanne is passionate about telling stories and hopes that through her writing, her readers learn something new, feel encouraged, inspired, and appreciative of what they have in their lives. Maryanne's writing focuses on motherhood, women and lifestyle. "Telling stories is the only thing I know how to do," she says.

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