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Food Sensitivities

What to Avoid for Better Learning: Food Sensitivities in kids with ADHD and Learning Disabilities Kids with ADHD and children who have learning disabilities are notorious for also having certain food sensitivities. Meeting the nutritional needs of these children can be tricky; on one hand, it’s hard to avoid certain ingredients that seem to be present in everything (I’m looking

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Sensory Travel Tips

Travel Tips and Tricks for Parents of Children with Autism and Sensory Integration Issues: Traveling with kids is notoriously tricky, but partaking in a getaway with a child that has autism or sensory integration issues can be exhausting, overwhelming and anxiety-inducing. Working with a pediatric occupational therapist can help you prepare. Often times, kids with autism or sensory integration issues

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Giving Solace – Walk with Autism

On Sunday, June 12, 2018 the Autism Society of Colorado held the Walk With Autism at Sloan’s Lake park. Solace had outstanding participation for the Walk With Autism 2018 event! With over 500 participants in total attendance, Autism Society was able to raise $23,081.47! The Walk With Autism is a Colorado-based fundraiser part of the Autism Society Affiliate network which

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How Occupational Therapy Helps Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Pediatric occupational therapists use a variety of different methods and techniques to encourage the skills needed for kids to live their best life. Children with ASD (autism spectrum disorder) sometimes receive occupational therapy to help them learn things necessary to thrive in daily activities, such as bathing, getting dressed, homework and handwriting, and playing and socializing. Regulating Emotion One of

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