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Sensory Overload & Tooth Brushing​

Sensory Overload & Tooth Brushing Best Tips for a Smoother Routine Brushing teeth can be a mundane task for many, but for kids experiencing sensory overload, it can feel like a battleground. From the intense flavors of toothpaste to the...

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Language Learning with Bubbles

Language Learning with Bubbles A Fun Approach​ Bubbles aren’t just a source of amusement; they’re a fantastic way to engage your child in language learning. The simple joy of playing with bubbles opens up a world of opportunities to teach...

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Fight or Flight Response

Pathological Demand Avoidance, a profile within the autism spectrum, is often characterized by extreme avoidance behaviors and anxiety-driven responses. One such response is the fight or flight mechanism, a primal reaction that is particularly heightened in children with PDA.

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What are the Signs of Autism?

As parents, we're always tuned into our children's development, celebrating their milestones, and sometimes, noticing things that might concern us. If you've been observing behaviors in your child that seem different from those of other children their age, you might...

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Introduction to PDA

Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), a profile within the autism spectrum, is characterized by an intense aversion to everyday demands and expectations. It's not just about a child being 'difficult' - it’s a complex neurological condition that requires understanding and specialized...

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Sensory Integration and Autism

Sensory Integration and Autism Navigating the world of autism can often feel like piecing together a complex puzzle, especially when it involves understanding how your child processes sensory information.  Understanding Sensory Integration Sensory integration is the process by which the...

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I Think My Child is Autistic, What Do I Do?

I Think My Child is Autistic, What Do I Do? Discovering that your child may be on the autism spectrum can bring a mix of emotions – from concern to confusion about the next steps. As a parent, your natural...

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Factors Influencing Language Development

As parents, understanding the nuances of language development in our children is as fascinating as it is crucial. It's a complex interplay of various factors that shape this vital aspect of growth. For parents like you, who are keen on...

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Social Language Development

Social language development, also known as pragmatic language, is the process by which children learn to use language in a socially appropriate way. This includes understanding conversations, reading body language, following social rules, and adapting language in different settings.

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