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How Medical Alert Systems Could Improve Autism Parenting

How Medical Alert Systems Could Improve Autism Parenting

Current research has shown that about 1 in every 54 children born in the US have Autism Spectrum Disorder. Often, parents take on some extra stressors when it comes to raising an autistic child.  A medical alert system such as a tag, bracelet, or necklace could be of great assistance for children with autism. How Medical Alert Systems Could Improve Autism Parenting Today we will be looking at some of the ways a medical alert system could help improve autism parenting. Elopement Often, autistic children can be impulsive and prone to wandering. They wander from an environment they find frightening.…
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How to Create a Safe Home For Your Child With Impairments

How to Create a Safe Home For Your Child With Impairments

home safe child impairments Adapting your home to meet your child's unique needs will help create a space where they can thrive and have a fun, happy childhood. Making your home a safe space can be something as small as child-proofing doors and changing lighting to making structural changes to accommodate wheelchairs or other physical aids. Adjusting for Sensory Impairments Creating a safe home for your little one with sensory impairments begins with knowing your child's needs. Know what overstimulates them and what stimulus they will need to develop and feed their sensory needs. It can include toning down colors…
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5 Powerful Tips for Teaching Students with Autism

5 Powerful Tips for Teaching Students with Autism

Teaching students with autism can be intimidating for many. It can be challenging, but it can also be one of the most memorable and rewarding teaching experiences that you will ever have. When teaching an autistic student, you will want to learn the best tips to educate them. 5 Powerful Tips for Teaching Students with Autism So, if you are looking for ways to get better at teaching autism children, here are the five most powerful tips for teaching students with autism. Avoid Overwhelming Sensory Stimuli One of the most important things to keep in mind is that sensory overload…
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Managing Summer Sensory Overload

Managing Summer Sensory Overload

Summer adds sweat, dirt, and bugs to the sensory overload some kids already experience outside. Manage sensory overload with these quick tips. Summer is a time of sunshine, play, and laughter. For people with sensory overload difficulties, though, summertime can be a minefield of stressors. Whether it's light, sound, touch, or heat sensitivity, summer can press on all these boundaries. Managing Summer Sensory Overload If you or your child is dealing with stress around the summertime, it's essential to know that you're not alone. There are steps you can take to be prepared for whatever might come your way. Here's…
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The Different Types of Reading Disabilities and How to Help Your Child

The Different Types of Reading Disabilities and How to Help Your Child

Do you suspect that your child has a reading problem? Keep reading to learn about the different types of reading disabilities and what you can do to help your child. Helping your child read is a large part of helping them achieve success in their lifetime. Without strong reading skills, it can be difficult for them to advance in their education. There are different types of reading disabilities that can cause difficulties for your child to learn to read and to understand what they are reading. What Are The Different Types of Reading Disabilities? A reading disability is when someone…
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How To Teach Children Social Skills Through Play

How To Teach Children Social Skills Through Play

Looking for ways to teach your children social skills through play? Keep reading to learn why this method works and how to implement it. Learning social skills is a crucial part of your child's development. These skills help them to succeed at school, and for the rest of their life outside education. They learn skills such as communication and cooperation by interacting with others, and play facilitates and develops those interactions. Children will also use play to act out scenarios. They model behavior that they've seen so that they start to understand social situations. What social skills do children learn…
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8 Ways Moms Can Support Their Children with Special Needs

8 Ways Moms Can Support Their Children with Special Needs

Are you looking for ways to support your child with special needs? If so, these eight tips will make life a little smoother! Being a mom of a child with special needs can be challenging. Apart from raising a family, there are regular doctor visits, therapy sessions, and long wait times for insurance companies to answer calls. Not to mention, the exhaustion and anxiety kick in. 8 Ways Moms Can Support Their Children with Special Needs Fortunately, there are ways mothers can raise and support their children with special needs. Read on to find out. If you’re a parent or…
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Parenting Children with ADHD during COVID-19

Parenting Children with ADHD during COVID-19

Need tips for parenting children with ADHD during COVID 19? Keep reading to find out how to keep your child on track with their goals! e are all having to adjust to the new normal during this pandemic.  It has halted and interrupted our schedules and the different routines in our lives. For parents with kids with ADHD, it can even be more challenging. Their children are going without the outlet of school and home easily becomes monotonous. Parenting Children with ADHD during COVID-19 The spread of COVID-19 has worked to create new guidelines that we are currently living by,…
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9 Tips for Traveling With a Special Needs Child

9 Tips for Traveling With a Special Needs Child

Traveling with a special needs child doesn't have to be hard! Check out these 9 tips to make your next travel plans a breeze! If you have a child with special needs, you need to take unique precautions before heading off on vacation. Your little one may find themselves overwhelmed with the changes and start to exhibit specific behavioral issues. Worse, you could forget an essential item and struggle to find a substitute in an unfamiliar place. Of course, this cautionary tale doesn't mean you should throw up your hands and stay home. 9 Tips for Traveling With a Special…
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Caregiver Stress: 5 Methods To Take Care of Yourself

Caregiver Stress: 5 Methods To Take Care of Yourself

Being a caregiver to an elderly parent, child, or disabled person can come with quite a bit of stress. While wanting to help and make our loved ones' everyday life a bit easier, sometimes it seems impossible to continue. This is especially true if caregiving is mentally exhausting. To be able to take care of someone else, you need to take care of your own health as well. As a caregiver, you have another person depending on you. You need to make sure your well-being comes first to be able to take good care of the others. Caregiver Stress: 5…
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