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Surviving the Transition From School to Summer

When school's out for the summer, kids are excited to get some freedom and a new routine. However, for kids with learning or behavioral challenges, […]

A Fresh Start on Picky Eating

Many families are frustrated by the limitations of their picky eater. If you happen to fall into this category, you’re not alone! The good news is […]

Ways to Support a Friend Whose Child Has Sensory Issues

When you have a child with sensory processing disorder, parenting can come with difficulties. The responsibilities of caring for a child who has […]

It's Autism Awareness Month! Learn More About the Spectrum of Disorders that Comprise Autism

Every April, we commemorate Autism Awareness Month. Why is it important to recognize autism with its own month? Early identification of autism in […]

Primitive Reflexes and Sensory Overload

Everyone begins life with reactions to external stimuli called primitive reflexes or infant reflexes. These natural reflexes develop initially but […]

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 […]

Visual Processing Explained: Visual Form Constancy

If your child is having trouble in school but doesn’t have an obvious learning disability, visual processing difficulties could be the cause. Visual […]

How to Keep Kids (and Parents) from Becoming Overwhelmed this Holiday Season

The holidays are a whirlwind of excitement, especially so for kids. The over-the-top nature of the holidays is a lot of fun, but can easily become […]

3 Unique Gift Ideas for Your Child

As the winter holidays start to round the corner, it's time to begin thinking about gifts your child might like. Whether you're playing Santa at […]