Snug headphones for autism: Are they Worth The Purchase?

noise cancelling earmuffs for autism

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 noises that would distract them or even make them uncomfortable. As we have already discussed in an earlier post, auditory overstimulation to an autistic child only goes to make … Read more

Decibel Defense Earmuffs for Autism

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 fits over the top or back of the head, and a cushion or cup at each end, to cover the external ears. Modern earmuffs come in two basic kinds: Thermal earmuffs, worn in cold environments to keep a person’s … Read more

Vanderfields Autism Earmuffs for Toddlers

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 hearing protection is often misunderstood and underestimated.Noise levels above 125 decibels for even short periods of time, can cause permanent hearing loss. When exposed to these decibels for longer … Read more

Reviewing MK Feelings Game

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 able to talk about what the feeling is all about, who they say with the feeling as well as mimic it. I … Read more

Screen time and speech delay for toddlers

speech delay and screen time for toddlers below 2 years

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 actually having a speech delay due to lots of screen time. Yes screen time can create a problem in your child’s expressive language pattern to … Read more

Best toys for nonverbal autism 2 year old

best toys for nonverbal autism 2 year old

2 years is the hallmark of child development. This is the age where most children will have developed locomotive abilities, talk even if it is a babble, have developed interest in playing with others. At this age, you will also notice that the kid will have developed an interest in a few activities and you … Read more