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ALEX Toys – Active Play Monkey Balance Board 778
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When my occupational therapist friend heard that I was looking for some tactile toys for my kids with autism, he came to my rescue. He told me that he had once ...

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Reviewing the B calm headphones for autism: Are they Worth Buying?
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In our quest to get the best noise muffling or reducing headphones for kids with sensory processing disorder, we have tried a wide range of headphones and ...

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Snug headphones for autism: Are they Worth The Purchase?
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As the name suggests, snug headphones for autism fit snugly on your little kiddo’s ears providing comfort while at the same time muffling all the unwanted ...

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Decibel Defense Earmuffs for Autism
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Autism Earmuffs are objects designed to cover a person's ears for hearing protection or for warmth. They consist of a thermoplastic or metal head-band, that ...

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Vanderfields Autism Earmuffs for Toddlers
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Why Do Your Children Need Protective Ear Muffs? Loud noises can cause permanent hearing loss and even accelerate the process of becoming deaf. The need for ...

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Reviewing MK Feelings Game
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As I write this article, I am watching two of the kids under my care as they play with the cards from the MK games feelings. When they grab each card, they are ...

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The catchy Baby shark  doo doo doo song and what it is doing to your toddler
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Most parents who have toddlers and have access to a smartphones might already know what the Baby Shark doo doo doo song is all about. It is a catchy repetitive ...

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Screen time and speech delay for toddlers
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Screen time and speech delay for toddlers Today we are going to have a guest post from a lady friend who was suspecting that their kid had autism but was ...

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Signs that your kid has speech delay but not autism
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Is it Autism or Speech Delay? My son is 19 months. And he is yet to speak. Could this be a sign of autism? Or could it that he has delayed to speak? This was ...

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People First Language And Giving Dignity to People Living with Disabilities
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According to Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities, people with disabilities are first and foremost--people. They are people with individual interests, ...