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Social Development: Important For Kids

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Social skills and peer relations  are significant to child’s overall development. Building these skills enable kids to adjust or adapt suitable to their environment. (Credits to “Kids Matter”). Read more by clicking link below…  The Importance of Social Development Kristen

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“The State of Balance”

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Balance is an important aspect of body regulation and control. It is essential in performing various tasks and daily functions. Here’s a very helpful article you can share to your kids about the importance of balance and maintaining body position. (Credits to “The Washington Post”).  Without your balance, life feels downside-up Kristen

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5 Tough Situations for Kids With Sensory Processing Issues

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In spite of all the care and support for kids that have sensory problems, parents could get frustrated sometimes. Managing the kids well is a daily battle. While some parents work tirelessly accommodating the needs of their children, others just opt to go with the motion. Kids with sensory processing issues confront tough situations, which every parent must understand, deal with accordingly, and strive …

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Managing ADHD: A Personal Story

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Here’s a great story of a kid diagnosed with ADHD and the significance of having a very supportive family that really made a huge difference in his life. Parents and other advocates should read this… Managing ADHD: A Personal Story – Kristen

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Boost your child’s self-confidence

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“Self-confidence is the confidence in one’s self, power, and abilities” (Merriam-Webster). Parents are generally protective of their children. When things go wrong, parents are always there “to save the day”! However, there are moments in a child’s life where “independence” is crucial, CONFIDENCE is important. View the article below to get ideas on how to empower your child. 5 things parents can …

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Kids with ADHD Have Some Brain Regions That Are Smaller Than Normal, New Study Finds

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Ever wondered how the brain of a child with ADHD looks like? Time Magazine (2017) featured a recent study on the brain structure of children with ADHD. Click the link below to learn more… Kids with ADHD Have Some Brain Regions That Are Smaller Than Normal, New Study Finds – Kristen

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How to Give Kids Effective Instructions

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“The first step to harmony is teaching your child to listen and follow directions” (Child Mind Institute, 2017). Sometimes it takes a nice, quiet conversation , and calm atmosphere to really get the kids turn their ears on you. Here’s another interesting article for parents. How to Give Kids Effective Instructions – Kristen

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When sensory issues affect play time among pre-schoolers

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“Why kids cannot sit still in school? How does recess affect play time?”… These are probably some of the questions teachers and parents ask themselves…  Here’s a very informative article about the correlation of sensory issues and play time for kids in pre-school (reposted). Sensory Issues and Play Time   – Kristen

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Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is linked to delayed brain development

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Interesting article in Washington Post this morning that explains how 5 subcortical areas of the brain are actually smaller in those with ADHD. This is a major study that shows, for the first time, empirical evidence. – Kristen

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Be Your Child’s Valentine

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There are so many reasons we love our kids… So many ways to show our affection… Read this article – just in time for “Heart’s Day”… – Kristen

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