Creating A Sensory-Friendly Thanksgiving

Creating A Sensory-Friendly Thanksgiving

By Amy Pinder, MA, CCC-SLP The holiday season brings a sensory-stimulating buzz of joy and excitement for many. It also brings along many stress-inducing interruptions to daily routines, an array of unwritten social rules and expectations, and increased social interactions. Preparing mindfully for each event, setting boundaries,

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7 Things to Know About Complimentary Health Approaches for ADHD

7 Things to Know About Complimentary Health Approaches for ADHD

People with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may have trouble paying attention or controlling impulsive behavior, and they may be overly active. Parents of children who are exhibiting difficulty concentrating in school or controlling their impulsive behavior should not immediately assume their children have ADHD. Nearly everyone, adults

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