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Sensory Disorder (TPS): Children with Behavioral Problems

By |September 11th, 2019|

Does your child have a "behavioral problem"? Referrals from children for behavioral problems are common. The child's misbehavior is often considered to be the product of lack of discipline at home. If your child covers his or her ears and screams at certain noises, bites everything, stays in constant motion, gets tantrums, for no apparent

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How to prepare children who will start at a new school in August

By |July 3rd, 2019|

For the next school year many students will go through the experience of starting at a different school than the previous year. If adults find it difficult to adjust to a change of work, the situation is much more complex for children. Some children have such changes and can express anxiety, fear of the unknown,

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Risks of a therapy-free summer for special education children

By |May 30th, 2019|

Every family yearns for the summer months to rest from the hustle and bustle of the school year, this is more acute in parents of special education children, who after leaving school must take a variety of therapies aimed at developing the skills in which they present difficulty. Many of them take therapies every day,

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The Reality of Children with Child Speech Apraxia

By |April 21st, 2019|

They barely speak at 2, they rather speak unintelligiblely and only their parents understand. At age 5, they may be speaking words that are understood, but if they try to say sentences, such as to narrate an event, they are not understood. They use gestures to help themselves, but they can be bullied or bullied

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