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The 4th of July is almost here and many people find themselves preparing for a fun weekend filled with activities — parades, fireworks, BBQs, family gatherings, and more! For those who live with, or who have a family member or friend who lives with, a sensory-related condition this can be an anxious time. You can […]

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Spring is here, the sun is out, warm weather has arrived and flowers are beginning to bloom. Let’s show you how to make your own spring display at home? Materials Tissue paper Paper towel rolls Green construction paper Glue and/or tape Directions 1) Glue or tape a piece of green paper to the length of […]

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Today, so many of us are focused on exercising, working out and wanting to feel fit! Some want to begin an exercise plan, but never seem to get started.  For children and young adults with disabilities, it is just as important, yet we sometimes forget to include this population when we think of active lifestyles […]

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Two years later and school is back in full session, masks are no longer mandated in most places and things are opening back up a bit more every day. For many children, and in fact, for many adults, anxiety which developed or increased during COVID, has remained, and becomes more evident as we all try […]

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