"Let us wait, and be always ready to share in both the joys and the difficulties which the child experiences. He himself invites our sympathy, and we should respond fully and gladly. Let us have endless patience with his slow progress, and show enthusiasm and gladness at his successes. If we could say: 'We are respectful and courteous in our dealings with children, we treat them as we should like to be treated ourselves,' we should certainly have mastered a great educational principle and undoubtedly be setting an example of good education."

Maria Montessori, Dr. Montessori's Own Handbook

One of the greatest gifts we can give our children is an early intervention when we observe behavior that in our gut just doesn't feel right.  

The child under the age of three has the potential to mend "red flags", if we are willing to take the step to help them along the way.  The older the child gets, the more difficult it is to help.  Early intervention is the key!  

Together, through observation and work with the child we will design a plan that meets the needs of your child.  

Radicle Beginnings will also help you seek out further assistance, such as speech therapy.