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Lacy Morise, MS, CCC-SLP

Lacy Morise Instructor Bio:
Lacy Morise, MS, CCC/SLP, is a pediatric speech-language pathologist working in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Lacy is an independent contractor for the West Virginia Birth To Three Program (early intervention) working with children aged 0-3 and their families. The combination of skilled rehabilitation with the educational component of coaching families on shaping their child's development, particularly through play, is a passion of Lacy's.

Out of this passion, Lacy and colleague Nicole Sergent, MPT formed Milestones & Miracles, LLC and authored and produced 1-2-3 Just Play With Me, a developmental tool pairing development with play. The tool is being used by families and early educators/therapists. Morise and Sergent provide continuing education for those working with young children on the importance of play for the young child and its effect on early development.

Lacy Morise's Continuing Education Courses

Bringing Back Play

Bringing Back Play

It is well established that play is the primary way young children learn and develop, but what happens when society’s view on play changes? Play trends and early development suffer when adults change the way they view play, change the… Read Morearrow_right

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Top 10 Roadblocks to Natural Development

Top 10 Roadblocks to Natural Development

When children are given the opportunity to move and explore in natural ways, they develop as they should, correct? Often times there are roadblocks that get in the way of natural child development. These roadblocks are sometimes created… Read Morearrow_right

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Closing the Gap: Advocating for Brain-Based Learning

Closing the Gap: Advocating for Brain-Based Learning

The brain and its coordination with the body is a major player in how a young child learns. Despite the medical research that proves this fact, American children are often taught with strategies that do not take this into consideration.… Read Morearrow_right

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Getting Started in Early Intervention

Getting Started in Early Intervention

So you think you’d like to work in Early Intervention? The EI setting is an excellent fit for the therapist that likes to work directly and intimately with families in a coaching model and who likes to be creative and resourceful in daily… Read Morearrow_right

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Sensory and Brain-Based Learning in Schools

Sensory and Brain-Based Learning in Schools

The brain and its coordination with the body is a major player in how a young child learns. Despite the medical research that proves this fact, American children are often taught with strategies that do not take this into consideration.… Read Morearrow_right

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