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Autistic children see movement TWICE as quickly as those without condition

The educational - Autistic children see movement TWICE as quickly as those without condition *Experts found that the quicker the movement the faster the child saw it *Scientists believe the findings may provide clues to what causes condition *May explain why autistic people are overwhelmed by bright lights and noises

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Sensory Hacks to Focus a Fidgety Child

Sensory Hacks for Fidgety Child

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Correct Pencil Grip

Teach Your Child How to Hold a Pencil Correctly

Language is not restricted to a few words or sentences that someone else has chosen to allow... Would you accept this behavior toward a non-autistic child?

Teaching your child to recognise and regulate their emotions is never easy. It is especially difficult if you have a child on the autism spectrum. Your child can go from seemingly happy and content to full on meltdown with in seconds. Emotion thermometers are designed to help you and your …

10 tips to parent your anxious child. #FREEBIE Printable to share with parents.

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How the Vestibular System Affects Your Child's Behavior

The vestibular system and it's affects on your child's behavior.

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Why Crossing the Midline Activities Helped this Child Listen to his Teacher

Why Crossing the Midline Activities Helped this Child Listen to his Teacher | ilslearningcorner.com

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Sensory Hacks to Calm an Angry Child

DIY Sensory Hacks to calm an Angry Child, Making some of these today!

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10 Crossing Midline Exercises For Kids

What is crossing midline and why is it important for child development? Check out these 10 crossing midline exercises for kids. www.GoldenReflectionsBlog.com

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