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Why Hands-On Learning is So Beneficial to Our Children

In Autism, Educational Strategies & Tips, Educators, Learning Disabilities, Parents, Special Education by Rachel WiseLeave a Comment

As humans, we naturally like to move and use our hands! Do you ever notice yourself moving a part of your body (shaking your leg, biting your lip, playing with your fingers, touching your hair) or touching something in your environment (a soft couch, the tv remote, a cup, a fidget toy, a blanket, your phone). We also like to …

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Individual on the Autism Spectrum Shares Perspective About Stimming, Sensory Overload & More!

In Autism, Autism Spectrum, Counselors, Educators, Parents by Anonymous Anonymous

The information below is posted with permission from an anonymous individual on the autism spectrum! We would love more than anything to credit the author by name; however, he/she requested anonymity! “Do you remember the moment you first heard the word autism? I do. It was February 3, 2004. That was when my mother decided to tell me I was …

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When Bullying Occurs is Calling a Lawyer Ever Necessary?

In Bullying, Parents by Darryl Smith

Most children will have an encounter with bullying sometime in their life. It’s an unfortunate truth that bullies exist and often persist at many schools. As a parent or guardian, you may not be able to stop bullies from cropping up in your child’s life, but you can prepare yourself for any situation, should it arise. Many interventions can and …

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Cyberbullying – Information & Prevention Tips for Parents & Teachers

In Bullying, Counselors, Educators, Parents by Emily Andrews

Bullies and meanies have been around since forever. If you were young before the internet came about, you know that most bullying happened in person. Bullies tormented other kids during recess, at the bus stop, in the hallway, or cafeteria. However, the bullying generally stopped once a child got home. The house was a safe place and a haven that …

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3 Therapeutic Benefits of Beading for Children

In Counselors, Educators, Parents, Social-Emotional, Special Education by Rachel Shai

The art of beading is about so much more than creating beautiful pieces of jewelry or home décor. In addition to being an enjoyable hobby that is appropriate for people of all ages, beading has therapeutic benefits. Bead therapy is used in hospitals, clinics and other settings to help both kids and adults in numerous ways. While crafts like beading …