Play With Your FOOD – A Valentine’s Day Treat

Play With Your FOOD – A Valentine’s Day Treat

Playing with food is always a great way to introduce new tastes and textures to our kids. This activity may be used for any holiday if you exchange the hearts for something edible. Examples might be:  dehydrated fruit, candies of all shapes and sizes, cut up grapes,...
Holiday Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs…..Part 2

Holiday Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs…..Part 2

Today’s post will cover FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS and SANTA/TRADITIONS!!  Family Photographs   1)  Go at a time of day when children are well-rested and not hungry. Do not rush and arrive early.  Even though you may not realize it, children pick up on your energy and...

The Ultimate Guide to Valentine’s Day Cards + FREE Love Letters Activity

Read the post to find out how to get your FREE 28 page download! Valentine’s Day Cards…..Make Them or Buy Them….Awesome Ideas. We are SO excited to welcome our guest bloggers — the amazing therapists (twins, one is a Speech-Language Pathologist and...

Holiday Break Activities for Kids + FREE Conversation Starter Cards

  Holidays can be hectic and busy for grown-ups but our children can become bored quickly. I encourage my clients and my own children to limit screen time and be creative. Children of all ages learn skills by engaging in play. When children are not asleep they are...
Holiday Tips for Parents of Kids with Special Needs……Part 1

Holiday Tips for Parents of Kids with Special Needs……Part 1

Holidays bring joy and family traditions that warm the hearts of many.  For those of us who have children with special needs, the holidays take on an entirely new dimension.  Like everyone, we have shopping, cooking, decorating, and preparation.  However, there are...

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