Toe-Walking…What’s the Problem?

Toe-Walking…What’s the Problem?

Sometimes the quirky things children do are just cute and don’t indicate anything. Other times, unexpected behavior might be a red flag of an underlying issue. Is toe-walking one of those? Imagine a tiny, bright-eyed three-year-old tip-toeing joyfully from room...
Turning Over a New Leaf in the New Year

Turning Over a New Leaf in the New Year

With the New Year upon us, a desire to turn over a new leaf and our annual resolution for self-improvement in hand, ask any parent or teacher and their goal is to “do better”. Parents and educators both ask, “What’s going on with our...
Catch Them Being Good

Catch Them Being Good

Whether a parent or a teacher, you have probably had times where you were very frustrated with your unique learner. You have probably been frustrated with your typical learners as well, but improving the behavior of a unique learner can be particularly challenging....
Help Your Unique Learner Prepare for New Experiences

Help Your Unique Learner Prepare for New Experiences

New Experiences Can Be Scary For Unique Learners This time of year brings new experiences that seem exciting but may cause distress to your child. This might look like acting out or misbehaving, but it is typically a reaction that indicates they are overloaded....
How To Parent at Christmas Without Losing Your Mind

How To Parent at Christmas Without Losing Your Mind

Being a parent at Christmas can be both wonderful and stressful. The holidays are an exciting time of year. There are so many activities, treats and parties to enjoy. The whole family has a sense of anticipation. After all, it is a season for joy. So why is being a...

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