Regular physical activity offers numerous benefits for all people. It's important to find ways to include disabled children in physical activities so they can experience these benefits too.
Visual-spatial skills help kids excel academically and in daily life. Learn ways to boost these skills and support your child's development.
Hand flapping is one type of repetitive movement that provides sensory stimulation and comfort. Find out more about the connection between hand flapping and autism.
Is your child a picky eater? If you’re concerned about your child’s eating habits, pediatric therapy can help with eating difficulties and find the underlying cause.
Tactile input is important for the healthy development of every child. Try these activities and toys at home to engage your child's tactile system.
Sensory bottles are wonderful for calming children and giving them sensory input. Learn how to make an easy DIY sensory bottle at home!