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Special Needs Summer Camp Planning for the Procrastinator

Wait - you haven't finished putting away winter clothes and it's summer already? If you feel unprepared for the season ahead, you're in good company. […]

Lose the Fidget! Summer Inspired Activities That Keep Kids Moving

  Kids who struggle with ADHD, behavior or anxiety will benefit from structure all year round, not just when school is in session. It's important to […]

3 Ways to Get Your Teen to Go Outside and “Play”

  Do you have a teen that spends more time inside than out in the fresh air? Do you only have sightings of this elusive teenager during the evening, […]

The Many Benefits of Outdoor Play

  The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and your kids are... staring at their screens again? There are plenty of distractions that motivate […]

Helping Students with Summer Fever Stay on Task

  His eyes wander when teachers talk to him. She starts fidgeting after a minute of focus. Students with ADHD fight a daily battle to stay on task, […]

Common Mistakes Parents Make When Planning the Transition to Summer

  For kids everywhere, summer ought to be a time of growth, an exciting season of overnight camps, first jobs, academic programs, travel or all of […]

How to Plan a Social Life for the Summer

  No more pencils, no more books, no more awkward cafeteria lunches. Students love summer break for all kinds of reasons, but for kids with social […]

Common End of the School Year Triggers for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder

The end of the school year is rapidly approaching. This can be an exciting time for both parents and kids, but if you're the parent of a child with […]

3 Simple Steps to a Successful Summer

  Ah, summer. It's relaxing for plenty of kids but few parents. Especially when your kid has behavioral or social issues, summer can be one of the […]

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