There's much more to consider when going back to school than if your child's handwriting skills is up to par. A new year at school means new teachers, a new grade and possibly even a new school. To help you help your special needs child transition into a new school year, here are five back to school…Read more
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A DIY sensory box can be an effective resource to help develop your child's sensory processing skills. Essentially, a sensory box contains items in it that can help your child manage their sensory processing problems like being over-stimulated, sensory seeking or under-responsive and lethargic. You can help your child with their sensory processing skills by creating a…Read more
Pointing is far more than simply a cute thing a baby does. It marks a significant milestone in your child's development and visual perception skills. Why Learning to Point is Important Between the ages of nine and 12 months, your baby should finally be able to let you know about their feelings, thoughts and ideas. They do…Read more
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