Monthly Archives: January 2017

  • Sensory Integration Helps Children with Autism

      Many children with neurological problems, especially those with Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome, have difficulty processing normal sensations. Whether this is from touch, sight, smells, tastes or sounds, the brain cannot normally process and coordinate the signals. This results in a variety of different behaviors that can alienate individual children and make it difficult for […]

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  • Getting Your Child Involved in Cooking

    Developing your child’s skills in the kitchen can determine their ability to make wise food and eating choices for a lifetime. The kitchen is also a great place to work on direction following, task sequencing, fine motor skills, sensory processing, strength, and coordination through activities that are not only therapeutic, but fun and functional as […]

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