Identifying and Reducing Your Child's Stress
Stress is an unavoidable part of life, but that certainly doesn't mean it passes by unnoticed. Though some stressors dissolve in the moment, and can even be a part of otherwise positive moments, others last longer and can have a far more significant impact. This is true for both adults and children. People living with ASD may be prone to more frequent episodes of stress and anxiety, but learning to identify signs that your child is feeling stressed can help you to find their stress triggers, offer reprieve, and instill important coping skills through practice. World Mental Health Day, which...
The Best Sensory Weighted Blankets Made in the USA
Tips to Keep Your Child Safe and Prevent Wandering While at Home
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5 Day-Time Habits That Are Losing You Sleep
When it’s time for bed, you do everything right, turning off your electronics, setting the thermostat to a perfect 67 degrees, and maybe even enjoying a nice cup of sleepytime tea or warm milk. But still, you find yourself tossing and turning, unable to nod off. What’s the deal? Post by Sleep Advisor As it turns out, it’s not just what you do when it’s time to go to sleep and your sleep environment that’s keeping you awake. Everything you do, from the moment you wake up until you head to bed, can potentially affect how well you sleep....
Special Needs Travel- A List of Tips to Help Make Your Trip Memorable and Stress Free