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7 Ways to Play Up Strengths in ADHD Children

Gifted & Talented: Asking Myself, ‘What’s Right with My Child?’

Parenting Tips: 7 Ways to Play Up Strengths in ADHD Children - Tools to help parents bring out the absolute best in your their children with ADHD. by Lara Honos-Webb, Ph.

Developing Baby's Fine Motor Skills

Guide to baby fine motor skills development. Fine motor skills are those movements involving fingers, hands and wrists, and helping babies learn to hone those skills can be both simple and lots of fun for baby and parent.

Your Therapy Source - www.YourTherapySource.com: Tips to Guide Play to Help Young Children Reach IEP Goals

Play for young children is crucial to healthy development. Pediatric therapists who work in early childhood education know the importance.

Sensory Activities for the Older Child - Ideas for all interests on this list.

Sensory Activities For The Older Child

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How punishment can affect childrens' honesty. Interesting, but not surprising results. (Although I would not categorize scolding or timeouts into non-punitive).

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Teaching Theory of Mind: A Curriculum for Children with High Functioning Autism, Aspergers Syndrome, and Related Social Chal

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Do not insist on eye contact. Let this happen naturally. Eye contact is an incredibly complex component of social interaction..it is not a skill that is taught by repetitive verbal cues and reminders. Children with sensory challenges are VERY likely to struggle with eye contact. Please respect this as a sensory signal and a sensory challenge.

Eye contact is WAY overated - "A child who struggles with sensory processing skills is very likely to have difficulty with eye contact. This can happen for a few reasons: Overwhelm Preoccupied Eye contact may simply be too much to handle

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