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Social Rule # 52: DON’T BE A VICTIM!

Honoring National Safety Month, an integral component to safety is to learn how to not become a victim. Once a victim, the role tends to...

What can I do to prevent my SPD son from running...

This is a very common reaction for children with SPD and usually happens when the child is overwhelmed or overstimulated. What you have to...

Remember to Support the Sibs – Sibling Support for ASD

Having a child with autism brings with it an overwhelming amount of stress and non-stop advocating. Add to this the legitimate concerns of your...

Wearing SPD Lenses: 7 All-Season Reasons to Purchase Pool Noodles

The first official day of summer is but days away and, so, summer recreation items are on sale everywhere.  Well, don’t just breeze by...

Do You Have a Wanderer? 8 Tips to Keep Your Child...

Source: HealthyState.org  Dennis Debbaudt of Port St. Lucie is the father of Brad, who has autism, and the author of many articles and books on...

Sound Therapy: Early Intervention for Auditory Processing?

Parents often ask if it is better to wait to begin sound therapy until the child can wear headphones or listen better. The answer...

Lessons in Sound Therapy, Sound Differences and the Three Neuro Reflexes

Change Your Perspective: Sound Therapy is not Auditory Therapy So very often clients come to me, knowing that I am an audiologist and assume that...

Sharing Their Passions – How Can Your Child’s Passion Help Others?

I work in a school for students (ages 3 – 22) with various special needs and we recently welcomed a new student in my...

Treating the Child, Not the Diagnosis

When I first began in pediatric practice back in the early 80’s, the approach to evaluating children with developmental delays was much different than...

On a Mission to End Intolerance

“It is important that people know  what you stand for.  It’s equally important that they know  what you won’t stand for.”   ~ Mary Waldrop One of my previous...