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When There is No Place for Your Child with Special Needs in the Public Schools

Back to school is an exciting time for kids as they pick out school supplies, and get to shop for new clothes. Parents are excited to get their children back into a more structured environment, and the endless merry go round of trying to keep their child from boredom over the summer. Pictures start to… Read More When There is No Place for Your Child with Special Needs in the Public Schools

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4 Easy Ways to Keep Your Sensory Seeker Happy

My son is a tornado. He moves from one activity to the next, and I’m sure dumping out toys could be added to his resume as a “strength.” The kid doesn’t stop moving from the time he wakes up until the time he goes to bed. Over the past few years, I have had to… Read More 4 Easy Ways to Keep Your Sensory Seeker Happy

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Eating Worms! A guide to eating with Sensory Processing Disorder

There aren’t many things that can frustrate a mom more than a child that just won’t eat, can’t eat or refuses to eat. There aren’t many things that are more frustrating than a child refusing to touch his food. Welcome to the Paulson household! Von is 3 years old, and to date he will only… Read More Eating Worms! A guide to eating with Sensory Processing Disorder