Category Archives: Therapy Tips

5 Reasons to Encourage Gesture Use in Children with Special Needs

Gestures are defined as movements created by your body to express an idea or meaning. For children with special needs, nonverbal communication can be crucial for effectively communicating with others,...

6 Must-Haves In Your Child’s Sensory Box

Everybody needs a break sometimes—a sensory break. Whether you are overloaded from a long day at work, you just got off a commuter train, or it’s been a hard day at school, a sensory break can rev...

10 Great DIY Weighted Blanket Tutorials

For kids with high energy levels or sensory processing issues, a weighted blanket can mean the difference between a poor night's sleep and having your child soothed into a great night's sleep. Many ch...