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How DIR/Floortime Can Support Children with Autism
By a t / September 7, 2020

How DIR/Floortime Can Support Children with Autism

The DIR/Floortime model (Developmental, Individual-difference, Relationship-based (DIR) Floortime model was developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan and Dr. Serena Wieder to...

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Self-Care and Parent Support During COVID-19
By a t / June 10, 2020

Self-Care and Parent Support During COVID-19

With COVID-19 here, we’ve had to restructure our lives around it. What was once seen as normal everyday activities like...

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Yoga as a Teaching Opportunity for Special Needs Kids
Parent Training
By a t / May 29, 2020

Yoga as a Teaching Opportunity for Special Needs Kids

It’s been years, and I still remember the first day my client and I walked into the yoga studio with...

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Helpful Tips for keeping kids safe during coronavirus
Parent Training
By a t / May 26, 2020

Helpful Tips for keeping kids safe during coronavirus

Hi everybody! With the COVID-19 quarantine in full-swing, we thought it would be a great idea to give some quick...

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HBOT Therapy and Autism: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
Parent Training
By a t / August 18, 2017

HBOT Therapy and Autism: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

My first introduction to hyperbaric chambers came years ago when working with a client during HBOT treatment. I even got...

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Why Saying “No” Doesn’t Work
Parent Training
By a t / August 5, 2017

Why Saying “No” Doesn’t Work

A parent recently wrote in saying, “Whenever I say “No” or “Stop” and try to redirect my child, he falls to...

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9 Early Warning Signs of Autism: What Every Parent Should Know
Parent Training
By a t / July 21, 2017

9 Early Warning Signs of Autism: What Every Parent Should Know

We parents want the best for our little ones, and that includes tracking developmental milestones. Since most kids develop at...

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Autism and Bedtime: How to Get A Good Night’s Sleep
By a t / June 30, 2017

Autism and Bedtime: How to Get A Good Night’s Sleep

Sleep deprivation is nothing to mess around with! As any parent with a child with Autism probably knows, sleeping issues...

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6 Things Autism Parents Need to Experience
By a t / June 23, 2017

6 Things Autism Parents Need to Experience

My years working within the field of Behavior Analysis and with families who have Autism have introduced me to some...

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The Haircut: 5 Tips all Autism Parents Should Know
Sensory
By a t / June 15, 2017

The Haircut: 5 Tips all Autism Parents Should Know

It’s no surprise to most Autism parents that children on the spectrum often have a lot of difficulty getting their...

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