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How to Handle Big Family Gatherings

Family gatherings are stressful for everyone. For parents with children who have special needs there is an extra layer of stress that can come with holidays and family gatherings. Read More

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Motor Skill Development in Children

Motor skills are important for everyday function. Motor skills impact self-care, play, school and almost everything between! Here are developmental milestones to look for in your kids. Read More

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Staying Healthy During Cold and Flu Season

Nothing is better for hand washing than good old soap and water. Read More

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Halloween and Children with Autism

Practice the script of trick-or-treating the days leading up to Halloween. Read More

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Halloween and Children with Autism

Practice the script of trick-or-treating the days leading up to Halloween. Read More

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Tragedies in the Media

When you are taking to your child make sure they feel safe in their various environments. Hug, provide affection and make sure your children feel comfortable and supported. Watch for behavioral changes. Kids who are behaving differently, such as not sleeping, or resisting usual activities may be experiencing more stress. Read More

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Why Kids Should be Bored

Research shows that constructive boredom in children is essential to their mental and emotional development. Children do not need to be constantly entertained, nor do they need a screen with them at all times to alleviate boredom. However, and this is a big however, kids do need guidance from parents and caregivers if their boredom is to be constructive. Frankly, a little bit of innocent mischief is good for kids. Read More

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Protecting Your Kids Online

It is important for parents to take charge of how their children use the internet and electronic devices. Parents need to set ground rules so kids know their limits. Examples of rules are what sites kids can visit, how many texts they can send a month and how much screen time they are allowed per day. Read More

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Emotions and Autism: New Research

Understanding emotions in one’s self and in others is one of the hallmark difficulties of individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). New research has found a potential way to unlock these challenges for those with ASD. Read More

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Screen time for Young Children

New research shows that children who use handheld screens before they begin to talk are at a higher risk of language delays. Read More

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