About Diane

Diane Nancarrow is a speech-language pathologist and director of adolescent programs at the Kafuman Children's Center for Speech, Language, Sensory-Motor & Social Connections, Inc. in West Bloomfield, MI. Her experience includes auditory processing disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, developmental speech and language disorders, LINKS to Language, Picture Exchange Communication Systems, extensive experience in neurological communication disorders, adolescent language disorders, language to literacy, Fast ForWord® Family of Language Training Programs, The Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol, use of technology to facilitate learning, and application of ABA/ therapy techniques. She also facilitates the social language skills groups at the KCC.

Posts by Diane

The Dance of Conversation: Connecting You and Your Child with Special Needs

Start the communication dance. Here are five scenarios to practice conversation with a child that has special needs....

How to Help Children With Special Needs Show Gratitude for Gifts

This time of year, we ask a lot of kids who have special needs, and showing gratitude after receiving a gift is one of them. Here are some tips on helping to show gratitude for gifts received....

5 Important Social Skills To Learn For The New Schoolyear

Children are involved in academics just 4% of their time. The other 96% of their time is spent in social relationships. Here are 5 important social skills your child with special needs should be learn...