The Inconsistent Child

When smart kids can’t keep up to their peers during PE and recess, they can feel upset about their physical performance. In the classroom, everyone wants to partner with the smart students. On the soccer field, however, they are the last to be picked for team play....

Why Does My Child Bump Into Things?

Sometimes children seem to be completely unaware of colliding into furniture and people. They step on top of toys, bang their shoulder when going through door frames and move through other students or siblings when needing to grab the glue bottle. Let’s discuss any...

Total Meltdowns: Understanding Works Best

Neuro-typical and non-neuro-typical kids get frustrated. When children are very small, we hold our child and comfort them. Almost as if they are back in the safety of the womb, we snuggle their entire being and rock them while using a soothing voice to calm their...

Happy Kids, Happy Life at the Dinner Table

“I just want to have a happy, peaceful meal.” What parent hasn’t said this? There is a moment in the evolution of every young family that a peaceful and happy dinner seems impossible. Check out Kristie’s house where Wednesday night dinner is more hectic than usual. In...

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