As a parent, do you ever feel like the Starbucks barista who is trying to take orders in the store, make the drinks because they are short staffed, run the drive-through and fill the online order in the cue all at once? It’s unreasonable to think that anyone can do this. But did you ever…
Sensational Seating Ideas for Distance Learning
Whether you are grabbing a few more gifts to put under the tree or actively planning out updates to your child’s Distance Learning classroom, seating is an important element to consider. Seating not only depends on the activity your are doing and its demands but also your child’s sensory needs to remain alert and engaged….
Holiday Cloud Dough for Kids with Tactile Defensiveness
Making cookies can be a great holiday tradition. But for children with tactile defensiveness to sticky, messy, and unpredictable textures, this holiday tradition might not be at the top of your child’s “Fun Activities” list. If your child doesn’t want to participate but you love cookie-baking, you can still include him/her in the holiday tradition…
Managing screen time in a digital world
Media is taking over our lives. As parents, we need to learn how to create balance for our family, especially if our children have sensory and learning needs.