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Melancholy Mealtimes Written by March 30 in Kids, Occupational Therapy, Parent Tips

By: Genevieve Covington, M.A., BCBACo-Founder & Feeding Intervention Specialist Selective or “picky” eating (PE) often plagues families with...

Teaching Your Child to Fall and Stay Asleep Written by March 08 in Kids, Occupational Therapy, Parent Tips

Bedtime problems, including difficulty falling asleep and problems staying asleep, are a common occurrence in childhood, affecting approximately...

autism joint attention 3 Ways To Increase Your Child’s Joint Attention Skills Written by March 08 in Autism, Kids Activity, Learning, Parent Tips

Joint attention. This is a term you may have heard in reference to your child’s development. But, what...

autism pencil grasp development 5 Activities To Help Your Child’s Pencil Grasp Development Written by January 14 in Autism, Kids Activity, Learning, Parent Tips

As our kiddos grow and develop their gross and fine motor skills, one thing to look at is...

The Importance of Following Your Child's Lead By: Lauren Billingsley, M.A., CCC-SLP The Importance of Following Your Child’s Lead & 4 Ways To Do It Written by January 14 in Autism, Parent Tips

One of the key ways parents can engage more actively with their child is through following along with...

gross motor skills Here’s How To Help Your Child’s Gross Motor Development Written by November 12 in Kids Activity, Parent Tips

Gross motor skills are a vital part of a child’s development, as the rule of thumb states “gross...

language modeling Language Modeling Written by November 12 in Learning, Parent Tips

Modeling language is one strategy you can use at home to help your child learn and acquire expressive...

Math Facts Dominoes Math Facts Dominoes Written by September 25 in Disabilities, DIY, Kids Activity, Parent Tips

This is a fun, DIY way to increase your child’s fluency with math facts. You can use this...

Finally! A Sensory-Friendly Clothing Line Finally! A Sensory-Friendly Clothing Line Written by July 23 in Autism, Disabilities, Independence, Kids, Parent Tips, Sensory Friendly

With simple, reversible design features, soft fabric and GPS compatible items, Independence Day Clothing is changing the way...

Two Words You Can Say to Someone Facing a New Diagnosis Two Words You Can Say to Someone Facing a New Diagnosis Written by July 22 in Autism, Disabilities, Parent Tips

Mandy Farmer, a mother of three and proud parent writes about the “Two Words You Can Say to...

8 Learning Strategies for Children with ADHD 8 Learning Strategies for Children with ADHD Written by June 28 in ADHD, Parent Tips

Here are 8 learning strategies that may help your child with ADHD learn: 1. Seat your child away...

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