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Sensory Seekers, Explained

Written on December 13, 2018 at 9:33 am, by

Sensory seekers, explained. In the autism community, there is a lot of talk about sensory seeking. And we mean a LOT. Scroll through Pinterest, Instagram, or any websites that offer products for kids with special needs, and you’ll find something that says the word “sensory.” This buzzword is kind of loaded, but there’s not a… CONTINUE READING

Ninja Therapy: Feeding

Written on October 16, 2018 at 1:51 pm, by

The Question Welcome to another week of ninja therapy articles! This week, we were asked for help with feeding and feeding tips. Feeding can be a big difficulty for many individuals with special needs. There is a broad spectrum of individuals of varying abilities that each have their own needs when it comes to food…. CONTINUE READING

Free Resources! The ABCs of IEPs: Creating and Advocating for an IEP

Written on August 24, 2018 at 8:31 am, by

An Individualized Education Program (IEP) can be a powerful tool for empowering parents who want to help their school-aged children diagnosed with autism, ADHD, or Down Syndrome excel in the classroom. But how do you create the best one for your child? What’s the best way to approach the issue with your child’s teachers? What… CONTINUE READING