special needs parenting

6 Ways to Inspire Confidence in a More Introverted Child

6 Ways to Inspire Confidence in a More Introverted Child

Are you looking for ways to inspire confidence in your child? If your child an introvert? Keep reading for six amazing tips to help! No two children are the same. They can be boisterous and talkative, or timid and shy. If they fall on the more introverted side of things, you may feel a little worried about their social life, communication skills, and ability to form relationships. 6 Ways to Inspire Confidence in a More Introverted Child Of course, an introverted child can enjoy a vibrant social life, communicate well, and form relationships without difficulty. But you may need to…
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Finding The Best Child Psychologist For Your Family

Finding The Best Child Psychologist For Your Family

If you’re searching for a Child Psychologist, then you naturally want the best for your family. You want the top care for your child. You know how vital it is for you to find not only some help but the right help. There is no way around this, and nor should there be: your Psychologist needs to be fully qualified. That means a Master’s Degree plus a Doctorate or professional training, plus an up-to-date license to practice. Ask how recent any training was, and if they have continued with training or professional development. You need to balance experience with contemporary…
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5 Learning Disability Symptoms You Should Watch Out for in Your Child

5 Learning Disability Symptoms You Should Watch Out for in Your Child

Concerned your child is falling behind? These 5 learning disability symptoms may help you figure out what is going on in your child's education. It's easy to think that your child is lazy or doesn't want to learn. If your child doesn't seem to be interested in school, it isn't necessarily because they are lazy or don't want to learn. Look for learning disability symptoms, and see if they are experiencing a hard time and need specialized help. If you don't know what signs to look for, we are here to help. 5 Learning Disability Symptoms You Should Watch Out for in…
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7 Uncomfortable Locations for Children With Sensory Issues

7 Uncomfortable Locations for Children With Sensory Issues

Whether your child has autism, sensory processing disorder, or other sensory needs, you want them to feel comfortable. There are many uncomfortable locations for children with sensory issues that you need to learn how to workaround. In today's post, we are going to talk about the top seven locations and ways to help support your child in these situations. 7 Uncomfortable Locations for Children With Sensory Issues By Dylan Bartlett of Just a Regular Guide You don't need to keep your child in a bubble, of course. Handling certain situations with forethought will improve their quality of life and makes…
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How to Prepare a Teen with Special Needs for a Part Time Job

How to Prepare a Teen with Special Needs for a Part Time Job

5 Ways to Prepare a Teen with Special Needs for a Part Time Job By Ron Stefanski Getting a job is a rite of passage for most teenagers. Part-time jobs offer many benefits to teens, from saving money to career experience. Your special needs child deserves the same opportunities. Your teenager will gain confidence and independence as they approach adulthood with their first job. With a little extra support, you can successfully prepare a teenager with special needs for a part time job Set Them Up for Success A new job can, and will, bring all kinds of challenges with…
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