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3 Easy Steps to Ease Back to School

Most people resist change. We take comfort in our routines. Routines build confidence. This is especially important for children, and parents are

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Balancing Learning Opportunities and Safety for the Benefit of a Child - Part 1

Children are always pushing their boundaries. Driven by innate curiosity of their surroundings, exploration and mastery of their world is at the

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Huh? What? Why do parents have to repeat themselves?

As a parent, there's something extra frustrating about preparing breakfast when I have to ask my kids twenty times what they'd like to eat. I can

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Picky Eaters: Is Your Child One of Them?

Picky eating can be a concern for families on many different levels at a variety of ages. Even experienced parents may find themselves surprised

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Fine Motor and Sensory Activities for Parents with Autistic Children

You have 10 minutes before your child's school begins for the day and you're running late. Your son is still in his bedroom wearing his pajamas

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