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Holidays (3)

Impulsivity and Gift Exchanges: Top 5 Pitfalls to Avoid

Oooh, presents! All kids, no matter their challenges, can appreciate the joy of exchanging gifts at the holidays. Of course, for most kids, the […]

Managing a Child's Behavior While Shopping in Holiday Crowds

Best Ways to Respond to Family Who Interfere With Your Parenting

Many parents are eager to share their child-rearing experiences when they see another person's child acting out. However, what works for one kid may […]

Our Favorite Brain-Building Board Games for Large Family Gatherings

Screen-Free Travel Activities That Kids Will Love!

If you're concerned that too much screen time will hurt your kids, your fears are not unfounded. Multiple studies show links between excessive screen […]

The One Thing Parents Need to Know About Halloween Candy

- Ariana Kulinczenko, RD, LDN Halloween is almost here! Children will have the opportunity to gorge on bags full of sugary, processed candy that […]

Top Soft Halloween Costume Ideas for Sensory Sensitive Kids

Halloween's the most fun day of the year for some families. And in others, Halloween is the cause of a lot of misery. Sensory issues make Halloween […]

Presidents with Learning Disabilities Prove that Achievement is Possible

President's Day is a great time to reflect on the achievements of America’s head of the state. But it’s also important to note that there were […]

It's the Season of Hugs: 3 Coping Tips for Kids With Sensory Issues

Valentine’s Day is the day of love. During this day, it is acceptable to show others how you feel by physically expressing your care for them. This […]