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School can be a positive experience for some children, and filled with anxiety for others, so you, as a parent, will want to focus on and do the best you can to take the anxiety out of going to school, so that your child will arrive in school ready, willing, and fully...

Yes children need a break, and so do parents, but an overabundance of unscheduled, unstructured time is apt to create anxieties that can lead to trouble. Children may welcome this retreat from teachers and books but it’s important to maintain a schedule that continues...

“There are no places to go where people will understand enough about autism for me to relax and feel comfortable.” Fortunately, due to raising awareness and socially conscious kindhearted people, many companies are responding to the need for autism friendly places, act...

Most children with autism don’t even realize that their behaviors are socially unacceptable and potentially embarrassing to their parents. Some of these behaviors may include: - inappropriate touching or invading another’s space - extreme honesty about the appearance o...

It’s always best to be prepared when troublemakers like Daylight Saving Time show up and cause interference at home. Being proactive and doing what you can to get back on track as soon as possible will help maintain a calm household before temperaments and behaviors ge...

How does a child learn to love self? Unfortunately, our current media saturated society bombards children with messages and images of unrealistic perfection that they constantly compare themselves to. This makes it difficult for children to get in touch with and accept...

Does it matter if your child has ASD, ADHD or both? Of course it does but you don’t have time to waste worrying and waiting for a definitive diagnosis. Take action and do the things you already know will work to help your child maximize his or her potential. In some ca...

EF is the ability to see the big picture – prioritize, sequence and plan ahead. When executive function skills are age appropriately developed it’s easier to be organized. When EF is not fully developed it can make tasks, like chores, doing homework or balancing a chec...

Everyone wants to experience a truly peaceful and joyous holiday but the ideal “picture perfect” image presented in film and print is often too unrealistic to achieve, especially if you do nothing but expect it will happen. The hustle and bustle, the bright lights, the...

All of your research and detective work will help you know when and where, and under what circumstances your child needs extra guidance, assistance and organizational structure. This crucial information will guide you to make the best organizing decisions possible to g...

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