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Holidays

Surviving Holiday Travel

Holidays bring about fun new activities, visiting with family, and lots of fun memories. With the holidays also come change in schedules and new situations

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Holidays

Kwanzaa Books We Love

Time is flying by and we’re fastly approaching the holiday season! If you celebrate Kwanzaa or want to know more about it and are looking

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Holidays

Christmas Books We Love

Santa’s Underwear by Marty Rhodes Figley It’s Christmas Eve and Santa is busy getting gussied up for the big night. But when he goes to

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Holidays

Hanukkah Books We Love

Hanukkah Books We Love You’re My Little Latke by Nathalie Marshall Celebrate Hanukkah with adorable latkes, dreidels, gelt, jelly donuts, and menorahs paired with sweet,

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AAC Basics

What is AAC and who should use high tech AAC? AAC stands for alternative augmentative communication. AAC is a very broad category that includes the

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Autism

Mastering Joint Attention

Here are some tips and activity ideas that should help you to establish moments of joint attention with your child: Do plenty of pointing. Once

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Autism

Uniform Woes

What To Do When Your Kid Says, ‘Not Uniforms Again’!  School is coming back and it’s that time of year to start purchasing new uniforms

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Health

Pill Swallowing Tips

Use a straw instead of drinking from the cup. It keeps your head more in neutral instead of tipping it back (which makes swallowing more difficult

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Development

Potty Training 101 Being a parent to a precious toddle is so rewarding, exciting, and….. HARD, right?! There are so many choices to make on

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Development

Our Amazing Eyes

Our amazing eyes! Our eyes are amazing. They allow us to see everything around us, perceiving all of the colors, shapes and forms which make

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English as a Second Language

English as a second language is an important part of language learning for many people around the world. Immersion is one of the biggest ways we accomplish language learning.

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Feeding Therapy Success Story

When he was 15-18 months old, we started to notice many changes in his development. His eating habits changed, and he was no longer eating a variety of different foods.

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Occupational Therapy Success Story

Kim is a supermom.  Her amazing carryover and dedication to her daughters possible success is what made Kate the amazing and independent high schooler she is today.

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Autism

What is ESAP?

If you have a little one with autism, trying to decide if your child is ready for preschool and what school might be a good fit can be a challenging and overwhelming subject.

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Development

Tummy Time- How Important is it?

Tummy time or playing while prone is an important step for overall development for babies; it helps to build core and head strength (which then helps with speech development and feeding)

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