The Ultimate Sensory Bottles Guide for Kids & Adults

Sensory bottles are a fun and interactive way for children and adults alike to explore, learn, and self-regulate emotions. As an adult on the autism spectrum, ...

Ultimate Sensory Bags Guide for Babies, Toddlers, & Kids

If you're looking for a fun, mess-free way to help your child develop cognitive and motor skills, sensory bags offer endless possibilities for exploration and ...

The Ultimate Sensory Bin Ideas Guide for Kids of All Ages

These sensory bin ideas provide endless hours of fun, creativity, and learning for children of all ages. Ready to dive into the world of sensory play and ...

How to Get a Baby to Sleep Better at Night Naturally

Are you struggling to get your baby to sleep through the night? Do you find yourself exhausted and desperately searching for a solution? Look no further! We ...

Pediatric Dental X-Rays: Safety, Necessity, and Risk Minimization

Pediatric dentistry is a subspecialty focusing on children's dental health from infancy to puberty. Dental X-rays are essential to juvenile dental treatment ...

Overcoming Challenges Faced by SPED Students

Understanding the Unique Challenges of SPED Students Students receiving special education services (SPED students) face unique challenges compared to their ...

When Love Hurts: How Adults Can Help Prevent Toxic Teen Relationships

If you're the parent of a teenager or work with young people, these tips can help you prevent toxic teen relationships and intervene if you spot signs of ...

10 Sensory-Boosting Therapeutic Gifts for Kids with Autism

These sensory-friendly gifts for kids with autism are useful, therapeutic, and fun! Gift-giving is a thoughtful way to show someone that you care, and this is ...

The Double Empathy Challenge: Understanding Motherhood from the Perspective of Autistic Moms

Many people have a basic understanding of what it's like to be a mom. They can imagine the joys and challenges, how it feels to hold your new baby, how ...

How It Feels to Be a Birth Mom on Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is always sad for me. I have bipolar and PTSD, so in 2005, I asked my psychiatric nurse, my therapist, and my OB-GYN if it was OK for me to have a ...

Accepting My Neurodiversity Has Helped Me Better Understand My Autistic Teen

As a parent on the spectrum with ADHD, the challenges of parenting my autistic 14-year-old daughter have been some of the hardest yet most rewarding of my ...

How to Keep Your Child Organized at School

As a parent, you want your child to do well in school, and staying organized is a key factor in having a successful school career at all ages. It can be ...

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