How Craniosacral Therapy Helps Children in Elementary School

Public school students of all ages and grade levels spend an average 6.64 hours in school each day — and this doesn’t account for optional after-school programs or extracurricular activities. From the moment the bell rings each weekday morning until pickup time every afternoon, most elementary-age children encounter it all: lessons and lectures, group activities, 

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4 Sensory-Friendly Family Events in the New Year

What better reason to celebrate with some quality family time than the turn of a new year? This transition is an opportunity to reflect on the previous year and enter the months ahead on a positive note. For children with autism and their families, New Year’s celebrations and outings require some additional attention to detail 

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Reason#2 Why We Need Autism

Slowing down…I guess that’s why this post is so late. I wanted to post last Friday, but decided I needed to take a long walk in the forest before my busy weekend. Why did I choose a break over work?  Last week’s focus was to slow down, and what I noticed is that when I 

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