Keeping your child on a consistent sleep schedule is a necessary challenge to tackle for your child’s health and your own. The rituals you include to help your child wind down can also provide an opportunity for great bonding. One day, your child might sing the same lullabies to their child or fondly remember the giggles you shared as you played with stuffed animals each night.
The holiday season brings a lot of change. You might put up decorations, cook different foods, attend more events, and take a few extra shopping trips. For children with special needs, all this change can be challenging, but there are a few ways you can help your child conquer the holiday season!
Your little child has finally reached the 3 year mark. You will notice a lot of fine motor and speech milestones at this age, and not as many physical milestones. If your young one is 3 years old, here are some developmental milestones to look for during this year!
Officially receiving a diagnosis that your child has any sort of delay can be intimidating. The good news is that once a diagnosis is received, you will have the correct tools to help your child. What’s next? Read more below to learn about what steps to take after an official diagnosis.
It’s that time of year again! Children are headed back to school soon, and it can be difficult to adjust from the usual summer schedule. Every child is different, but we believe these tips can help all children adjust to their new back-to-school schedule.