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Ninja Therapy: Chewing

Written on October 9, 2018 at 1:40 pm, by

What is “Ninja Therapy”? Occupational Therapist, Emily Martin coined the term “ninja therapy” to describe her way of helping kids and adults address their sensory and developmental needs in subtle ways. By disguising therapeutic activities in a friendly, not-so-clinical way, kiddos get the benefits of the therapy they need wrapped up in a discreet way.  … CONTINUE READING

Tips and Tools for Traveling With a Special Needs Child

Written on September 18, 2018 at 2:58 pm, by

Let’s be honest: traveling is exhausting under the best of circumstances. From making plans to completing the journey, it can be a challenge to keep your sanity even when you’re off on a relaxing vacation. And when you’re a parent of a child with special needs, finding the easiest and most accessible route to getting… CONTINUE READING

How To Increase Attention Spans with Active Seating

Written on August 6, 2018 at 2:08 pm, by

It’s hard to sit still for long periods of time. You know the feeling. It can be especially tough for kids in school. You probably remember being a kid and getting squirmy in class. With high energy and active minds, it’s sometimes a challenge for a kiddo to just stay still and pay attention to… CONTINUE READING