Sensory-Craving vs. Easily Overloaded Children

For some children, it’s much harder to learn to regulate their moods. In this article, we will cover children who crave sensory and children who are easily overloaded. They are at opposite ends of the spectrum and present their own unique challenges. It is important to recognize if your child falls into one of these … Read more

Getting to the Root of the Problem

Every parent wants their child to be kind, thoughtful, empathetic, and well-regulated. We want our children to feel empowered to take on the daily challenges in life. As much as this may be true, we are still confronted with the struggle of varying behavioral issues. Maybe your child is moody, sad, or depressed. Maybe your … Read more

Story Time: Morning Time Tantrums

Unexpected changes in a child’s behavior are not uncommon, especially in today’s world that is constantly changing. There are many factors that can affect a child’s day to day emotions. The key is to recognize when their behaviors change and locate the variable that caused it. Then, we can offer and implement solutions to help … Read more

Playing With Purpose

We believe parent-involvement is crucial in early childhood development. We understand that sometimes it can be a bit confusing knowing where to start. This is why we wanted to provide you with some specific ideas to encourage speech and language development within your child. We hope they inspire you to get involved! Begin by following … Read more