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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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Panic Disorder or Not? The Aftermath of an Incorrect Diagnosis

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This shows how an incorrect diagnosis can haunt someone for years and how, with correct treatment, sensory processing problems can decrease for even adults. Read this story: – Kristen

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Sensory Tool Kit for school kids

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Some of our therapists had the pleasure of meeting with two representatives from Fun & Function. They showed us some new products like Gel Floor Tiles (great for hands and eyes too), the Sensasoft Squeeze Seat (gives pressure to the chest in an upright sitting position), and the Sensasoft Compression Canoe. The coolest part was the Break Box though. Everything …

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Let your kids lose: Success inhibits preschoolers’ ability to establish selective trust

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Here’s another helpful idea for parents dealing with pre-schooler kids. – Kristen

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Fine Motor Skills Activities for Toddlers

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Check out these fun activities to enhance your child’s fine motor skills. – Kristen

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Why Kids Need Recess

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Kids need “fuel” to keep them going – especially in school. This article explains why kids need recess and its benefits. – Kristen

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Playing outdoors and peer relations

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Some studies show that kids playing outdoors often facilitate better interaction and connection with others. Read article below to know more. – Kristen

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Picky eaters… Picky habits…

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As we begin our work with the child to address feeding difficulties due to “picky” habits, we find that parents sometimes have their own restrictive eating habits too. – Kristen

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Help SPD Kids over the Holidays (Tips for Sensory Processing Disorder)

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This is great advice for parents of children with SPD over the holidays. Routine is very important! – Kristen

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