Empowering parents to expand the potential of their child with developmental needs through play and daily routines.
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"She would always fuss when putting her shoes on. But this week, she went to find her shoes alone and put them on by herself!It's big progress because she wouldn't even keep them on before, let alone put them on."
"At 18 months my daughter was undiagnosed and non-verbal. After a few months of using doing the communication activities with her, she began talking.She is doing so well, I was able to enroll her in a Montessori School. I'm so grateful to have something while we wait for services."
"When I first started, Mac wouldn't even sit for 5 seconds with a book. Zero interest in them. I kept at it because of you and your program, now he has several favorite books and one is a must bring, favorite item!"
"My son learned how to greet his teacher by her name when entering the classroom by me prompting him everyday and then giving him positive reinforcement immediately after by giving him a little packet of gummy bears. Today he finally did it on his own when I faded out the prompting and waited to see if he would do it."
Download Happy Ladders, create an account, and complete the onboarding process.
Complete a short developmental skill assessment in each skill category.
Get a personalized therapy plan of simple play and routine-based activities that target the appropriate developmental skills for your child.
Pick one of a few activities from your child's personalized dashboard and spend several (or even just a few) minutes several times a week doing the activity with your child.
Really. That's it. The key to Happy Ladders isn't expertise or doing more. It's small, consistent effort in the time you have each day.
Teach essential skills by playing — and connecting — with your child.
Go at your own pace, on your phone or your tablet,, wherever and whenever. Plus, no one in your home, and no schedule to follow.
All activities are designed to allow you to seamlessly teach skill development through play and everyday routines like bath time, feeding, and play time.
Covers all areas of skill development including Communication, Play, Self-Help and Community & Coping.
1 in 4 children in the United States are now diagnosed with a developmental need, straining resources and limiting access to services. We overcome these challenges by leveraging a child's best assets — parents and caregivers.
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