Sensory therapy is proven to be beneficial for children with autism and children with sensory issues.
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Superheros dont need capes!
To the parent of the child struggling at school right now, please know you are not alone. When your phone rings saying “school” and your heart sinks to your stomach please know others know what you are going through
Anxiety in autistic children and children with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD)
Your anxiety has been building all morning but this is the point where you really start to panic. Your heart is racing, your muscles tense, you start to sweat and your stomach starts to hurt!
Brushing a child with autism’s teeth!
Teeth brushing can be a huge challenge to parents of autistic children! It is also one of the most common challenges. Brushing teeth is a sensory experience, and for a lot of children it isn’t a very nice one!
Lets talk about visiting the dentist for a minute…
He opened his mouth, she put her finger in, he bit her as hard as he could!
Next it was my daughter’s turn. As soon as she found out she was having a turn she threw up!
Getting ready for school
Mum just woke me up but I don’t want to go to school today. I’m not going. My tummy hurts. My head hurts. My arm hurts. My toe hurts. Mum says I need to get dressed. I want toast for breakfast.
“It’s too much Mummy”
Mum wakes me up. Normally I’m awake by now but today I was still asleep because I didn’t sleep well last night. I have to go to school today but I don’t like that. Bernie wasn’t nice to me yesterday and Carl laughed at me in class so I threw a pencil at him andContinue reading ““It’s too much Mummy””