When this busy mom, Jessie Ginsburg, of 2 isn’t running around after her toddlers, she’s out building 2 successful businesses: a children’s therapy clinic in Los Angeles (Pediatric Therapy Playhouse) and her online education platform (Jessie Ginsburg, Speech-Language Pathologist) where she teaches other SLPs her unique method of treating children with autism.
In this episode we discuss a range of topics from tele-therapy during stay-at-home, managing kids with autism, juggling toddlers and building businesses and more!
Jessie talks about the importance of intrinsic motivation for kids, her morning routine (a.k.a. the 5am club), how she stays productive with limited childcare, how she keeps it fun with her kids at home, eliminating toys and material items plus the importance of pretend play for kids.
Jessie is a speech-language pathologist and founder of Pediatric Therapy Playhouse, a multidisciplinary clinic in Los Angeles. She is an autism blogger with an international following, and the creator of ASD from the Inside Out, an online course that teaches speech-language pathologists innovative ways to assess and treat young children on the autism spectrum. She presents at the state and national levels, contributes to the American Speech Language Hearing Association magazine, and is a board member of the California Speech Language Hearing Association. She is also mom to two little boys, Connor and Tucker.
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