For many children, Kindergarten is a huge change. They're just experiencing a structured school setting for the first time. While entering Kindergarten can be an exciting time, it can also be an anxious one too, especially for parents who have kids with disabilities. If your child struggles with things like following directions, sitting still, or sensory…Read more
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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
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
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