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sq3rA textbook chapter can appear monumental to a student with ADHD, but when broken down into sections the task becomes less overwhelming and threatening. When studying chapters in a textbook, students can use the popular SQ3R Method.

Screen Time: Friend or Foe?

As child care professionals, parents, and adults involved in child development, it is important to constantly ask yourself: “Am I allowing a screen to replace a person in teaching and playing with this child?” All too often, as therapists, teachers, and parents, we rely on a device to teach language, hand-eye coordination, and concepts in place of ourselves. In doing that, we are promoting static brain development over an engaged brain.


Diagnostic CenterBecause of the nature of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, students with ADHD face special challenges at school. For instance, most students lose focus easily, while some students have difficulty completing boring or demanding tasks.

Studies have found that homework problems increase as children get older, and that children with both ADHD and learning disabilities struggle even more with studying. But your child can succeed in school if he or she has the right tools!


Pack a bag

For many families, summer activities can lead to time in the car traveling, time in the bleachers or stands, or time waiting on one sibling's activity to end and the next to begin.

This summer, try packing a bag of developmentally appropriate toys and activities to engage your child and keep from having meltdowns that occur when a child is bored.

Summer Activity: Photo Scavenger Hunts

Photo Scavenger Hunt Summer 2015

Looking for a fun summer activity for your child? Send them on a photo scavenger hunt! Did you know that this fun activity can benefit your child in several different ways.

Continue reading to learn more!


Looking for a fun summer activity for your child? Send them on a photo scavenger hunt!

Developmental Crafting Fun

While store-bought toys are typically thought of as being essential to playtime, inexpensive household items can make a great alternative for creating fun summer activities and toys that can help your child’s development.

This activity will spark creativity, build fine motor skills, and can be a learning aid to teach children about the animals they are making.

10 Wordless Picture Books to Help Your Child Become a Better Reader

"Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his deep and continuing needs, is good for him." -Maya Angelou

Discover 10 picture books that can help your child prepare for kindergarten and develop cognitive searching, cross-checking, self correction, and rereading skills before they transition to primary-grade literacy curriculum. 
Potty Training Tips

Potty training is a major milestone for both you and your child. Check out our potty training guide put together by licensed therapists who also happen to be moms! 


The early years of a child’s life are very important for his or her health and development. Skills such as  taking a first step, smiling for the first time, and waving “bye bye” are called developmental milestones. Children reach milestones  in how they play, learn, speak, behave, and move (crawling, walking, etc.). 

Download our printable Developmental Milestones Guide to use as a reference for your child's development.

Developmental Milestones

And remember, every child is different! These are guidelines not the rulebook. If your child is not hitting these milestones, talk to your pediatrician at your next checkup.