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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

How To Win Bedtime Battles

Written on August 29, 2018 at 9:44 am, by

Struggling with a child over bedtime is basically a rite of passage for parents. Sometimes it feels like all the storybooks, lullabies, goodnight kisses, and sheep counting in the world just won’t do the trick. And this can be especially true of children on the Autism spectrum who sometimes have to work that much harder… CONTINUE READING

How The Instagram Slime Craze Can Actually Help Kids

Written on August 14, 2018 at 1:49 pm, by

Don’t lie to yourself. The kids probably watch them but, secretly inside, you’re loving all those slime video flooding the Internet as much as they are. They’re just so satisfying! The slime craze has taken the internet by storm, and it’s a wonderful in the way it encourages to people to use sensory play to decompress… CONTINUE READING