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Learning How to Teach Emotions

Teaching your child about emotions at a young age can help and encourage them to express themselves in appropriate ways. This will also teach them how to regulate their emotions...

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Understanding Dyslexia

Dyslexia affects a child’s ability to recognize and manipulate the sounds in language. Children with dyslexia demonstrate difficulty decoding new words, breaking words into chunks, and sounding out words. This..

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6 Tips for Parents to Help a Child with ARFID

ARFID stands for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder, which is classified as an eating disorder. Children with ARFID are very picky eaters, have little interest in eating food, and eat a..

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5 Ways to Improve Pragmatic Language in Children with ASD

A very common symptom observed in children with ASD is difficulty with pragmatic language, more specifically the inability to grasp what types of language are appropriate in which types of..

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The Benefits of Utilizing a Visual Schedule

For some children, transitions throughout the day or throughout a specific activity can be stressful. Visual tools like photos, words, and numbers are often used in visual schedules. This can..

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