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Sensory Symptoms and Autism Spectrum Disorders

If your child is experiencing difficulties with sensory symptoms, we can help! Call us at 651-636-4155. Read More

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Helping Kids Eat in a Healthy Common Sense Way

Many busy families struggle to eat meals together, eat healthy meals and eat at home. While running kids to activities it is often easy to go through a drive through restaurant and pick up something quickly. If your child struggles with feeding issues or is a very picky eater mealtimes can be even more challenging. Read More

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I Think My Child is Stuttering

If you are concerned about your child's speech call us at 651-636-4155. Read More

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Self Care

Studies show that raising children with special needs experience higher amounts of stress than parents of children who are not dealing with special needs. Parents need to keep their cups full in order to best care for their children, yet remain physically and mentally and healthy themselves. It can be hard to find the time for self-care, but it is important to remember it is important and deserved. Read More

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Making Sounds with Your Pre-Verbal Child

Have serious fun with creating and playing these types of games with that special individual. RIBBIT!!!!! Read More

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Games to Encourage Emerging Language Skills

Freeze Dance What To Do: Clear the floor and turn on some music. Hold your child close as you move to the rhythm of the song. Surprise your child by clicking the 'mute' button on the remote to stop the music and "freeze" in place. You may find you and your child giggling with this fun activity. Read More

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Games to Encourage Emerging Language Skills

Freeze Dance What To Do: Clear the floor and turn on some music. Hold your child close as you move to the rhythm of the song. Surprise your child by clicking the 'mute' button on the remote to stop the music and "freeze" in place. You may find you and your child giggling with this fun activity. Read More

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Following One Step Directions

Even if children aren't able to use words to express themselves they may be able to understand far more than they can show. One of the things you can do with your pre-verbal child is work on following directions. Read More

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