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Ideas to help decrease anxiety and increase focus in children with autism and ADHD as they prepare for your next therapy session in the waiting room.
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Whatever your child’s needs are, it’s important to address them in their lesson plan and understand that many children on the autism spectrum require repetition and order to understand a concept.
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In this article we will review strategies that help individuals with tactile defensiveness, as well as other sensory processing issues related to touch, so that they can also implement touch exercises, and reap the benefits of an increase in brain plasticity.
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Autism and OCD are two different conditions. This article explains how you can tell the difference between autism symptoms, anxiety behaviors and obsessive compulsive disorder.
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Volunteers Needed. Studying the Effects of an Internet-Based In Home Sensory Enrichment Exercise Program. Contact Cindy: 617-855-2973 to participate.
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Before the Mendability program, John, diagnosed with PDD-NOS, struggled with his handwriting, aggressive outbursts, and lack of attention. Today, John has the typical handwriting of a sixth grader, can self-regulate, and will sit patiently through his school lessons.
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Mendability is seeing great results in children with developmental delay. Mendability is the creator and tele-health provider of Sensory Enrichment Therapy™
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How this new video game Pokemon Go can reduce obstacles to social interaction and help overcome apraxia (delayed speech)
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Have you noticed the following ADHD symptoms in your child? If they persist for at least six months to a degree that is disruptive to your life, you may be dealing with attention deficit disorder (ADD, ADHD).