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The Benefits of Gardening for Children with Special Needs

This article is written by Geraldine Earl. All content provided is for informational purposes only. Always adapt and apply suggestions based on your child’s needs. Gardening has long been regarded as a therapeutic activity. Research has shown that handling different plants and flowers has beneficial effects on both physical and mental health. Now, gardening is also […]

Honing Fixations: Using Your Child’s Obsession as a Motivator & Reinforcement for Learning

If you ever visit us, the first thing you will notice about my son is his obsession with doors. Ever since he was a little, he loved watching people open and close doors. He eventually learned to sign MORE to make the requests from his spot. Now that he is able to twist the doorknobs […]

5 Things You Should Do Before Teaching Your Child With Special Needs To Cook (And Bake)

This article is written by Daniel Sherwin from Dadsolo.com. All content provided is for informational purposes only. Always adapt and apply suggestions based on your child’s needs. As a parent, you know that your ultimate job is to prepare your child for his life; teach him to be a productive and independent adult who is capable […]