Sleep is an important activity that helps promote self-regulation. When you don't get a good night's sleep, it can leave you feeling disorganized, irritable, inattentive and a little more dysregulated the following day. Add on a sensory processing disorder, which is quite common in many kids and often affects sleep, and this can lead to sleep…Read more
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It's not uncommon for preschoolers and kindergartners to reverse their letters. However, by the time they reach seven years old, they should not make more than just an occasional reversal. If their reversal of letters persists after receiving handwriting help, it could be a sign of a learning disability, like dyslexia, and you may need…Read more
If you've taken your child to any form of therapy outside your house, you've likely heard about sensory rooms. Sensory rooms are beneficial to kids with: Sensory processing disorderAutismADHDOther conditions Sometimes due to busy schedules or issues with stimuli, attending sensory processing disorder therapy outside the house may be difficult. This is where creating a sensory room…Read more
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