Help your child stop bedwetting with these essential expert tips
Poor bladder control and bedwetting can be a stressful issue for both parents and kids and can have a significant impact on their emotional and social wellbeing. Read about the medicine and our top tips for helping your kids master bladder control.
8 Best Kids Calming Ideas - Kids Play Smarter
Learn the 8 best calming ideas for kids! These 8 ways are sensory based and help calm kids down when they feel anxious or over active.
More Ways to Use an Exercise Ball for Sensory Therapy » My Mundane and Miraculous Life
One of our favorite tools for sensory processing therapy at home is our exercise ball. Discover these simple activities and their many benefits!
Anxiety and Autism: 23 Coping Strategies and Activities for Kids
With over 23 coping strategies and activities for kids, we’re sharing our best tips and strategies to help children with anxiety and autism deal with the feelings of anxiety, stress, and nervousness they often experience at home and in the classroom.
Cheap Sensory Hacks for the Teacher on a Budget
If you’re like me, you’re always on the lookout for a good classroom deal. I’ve never left a Target Dollar Section empty handed and I’m a regular at nearly every Dollar Tree within a 50 mile radius. Before you proceed, you must know: I love rainbow. I mean, I am a ROYGBIV-4-life kind of gal. …
15 Autism Therapy Tools for Under $25 - Spectrum Sense For Moms
You never would have thought you could find these autism therapy tools laying around your house! Check out these great ideas for calming...
21 Calming Sensory Activities and Strategies for Your Overstimulated Toddler - Just Simply Mom
When your child is overstimulated by a situation, use these sensory activities to calm them down and give their bodies a chance to feel relaxed.
Sensory Room For Your Autistic Child ⋆ The Autism Mom
SENSORY ROOM: How to Build a Successful Sensory Room for Greater Brain Development This article provides helpful toys for your child’s sensory room. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Many parents, professionals, Pediatric Therapists and Occupational Therapists have asked me what items we like to use for our sensory rooms. While it took many …