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What is "Bedtime Fading"?

“Bedtime Fading” as a method for helping children who aren’t sleepy at bedtime Bedtime fading is an established method for helping a child “reset” his or her sleep clock. While this method is safe for children of any age, it works best for children 4 years and older Read More

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Complementary and Alternative Medicine

The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) classifies the following under complementary and alternative medicine: • Natural products: Vitamins, herbs and minerals • Mind and Body practices: chiropractic, massage, yoga, meditation, osteopathic manipulation, healing teach, and acupuncture • Other: homeopathy Read More

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High Protein Snacks help with Attention

Maintaining steady blood sugar throughout the day helps kids (and adults) avoid highs and lows of energy throughout the day. Smart snacking can help ward off afternoon sleepiness and inattention. Mom was right; breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Starting the day off with protein, carbohydrates and healthy fat will go a long way to keeping your blood sugar and snacking in in line for the day. Read More

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Developing Effective Pre-bedtime routines for kids with Autism

Beginning the pre-bedtime routine at the same time each evening will help your child’s body rhythms to get in sync. This will allow your child to feel less anxious, since he or she always knows what to expect. Read More

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