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Can Your Child, With Sensory Issues, Learn to Tolerate Holiday Gatherings and Parties? by Leslie M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 18 Dec 2009 2:26am 2 Comments I love this article! I think it points out nicely that we, as parents, need to respect and sympathize with our sensory-sensitive children. The fact is, that regardless of how hard it is on us, it's a million times harder on them. It's our responsibility to protect them, respect them, and help them help themselves. It's our responsibility to teach ... Read on »
Child Development – Safe and Healthy Holiday Tips by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Dec 2009 9:33am By Colleen Hurley, RD, Certified Kid’s Nutrition Specialist The holidays can be a magical time for you and your family. Parties, gifts, and food can be fun, but they can also create a great deal of stress. Keeping your kids safe and healthy will allow you to focus on all the joy and wonder the holiday season has to offer.  Food Allergi ... Read on »
Celebrating The Holiday Season with your Beloved Autistic Child by Natural Weight Loss Blog Posted Sun 23 Dec 2012 11:06am Holiday season most especially Christmas season is the most favorite season of almost everybody and so as your autistic child at home. This is the time when they can enjoy it and spend their time with you so make the most out of it. We all know that having an autistic child is really a big challenge but it is okay because you love them so much. ... Read on »
Super WHY Christmas DVD Giveaway -- Plus, a Discount Code and Holiday Tips to Help Your Child Become a “Super Reader” by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 06 Dec 2010 12:16pm Just in time for the holidays, the popular PBS Kids show, Super WHY, has come out with an all-new DVD, Super WHY: Twas the Night Before Christmas and Other Fairytale Adventures ! This very special holiday DVD features four Super WHY episodes ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas The Ghost Who Was Afraid of Halloween The Three Feathers The Stars i ... Read on »
One Way to Handle Holiday Temptation: Help an Autistic Child Instead! by Vickie Patient Expert Posted Wed 05 Oct 2011 10:35pm With the holidays right around the corner, low carb folks will soon be talking about how to handle holiday temptation. The solution varies, depending on whom you talk too. Right now, we’re starting into the curve known as Halloween; that means candy, candied applies, donuts, spiced apple cider, and other holiday goodies. Some of them can be ... Read on »
Child Development – 5 Ways to Beat the Post Holiday Blues by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 31 Dec 2009 12:20pm By Colleen Hurley, RD, Certified Kid’s Nutrition Specialist  If you are wondering how the holidays flew by so fast, you are not alone.  It seems months of anticipation build up for the few short weeks of the holiday season only to disappear so quickly.  When it comes to kids who’s calendars are marked by the days until the next holiday, par ... Read on »
Healthy Holiday Meal Fit for a Child! by Amy R. Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Nov 2011 9:29am Holiday meals, like Thanksgiving, can be filled with delicious and healthy food that your kids will actually eat. My kids are famous for passing up all the main dishes, and piling their plates with potato chips and cookies when we are at family parties. But, we’ve found some foods that the kids like and over the last few years have become more ... Read on »
Holiday Gifts for the CI Child by Drew's Dad . Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Nov 2009 10:00pm As the Momma of a CI child, I am often asked about gift ideas for children with hearing loss. As we all know, much of our life with a CI child is spent playing games at home that also serve as the necessary therapy needed for communication. So, what are some of our most favorite gifts we have received for Drew that have also helped with therapy? ... Read on »
What to Give your Child’s Teacher this Holiday by Kim Wolinski, MSW "Dr. DeClutter" Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 06 Dec 2008 10:43pm Teachers work hard all year with our children. If you are looking for a special gift for your child’s teacher this year, why not try something different this year. Here are a few gifts for teachers’ ideas: 1. Stationary with pens 2. Coffee mug with gift certificate to their favorite coffee bar 3. Homemade cookies and candy 4. Mini ... Read on »
Make Sure Your Child Travels Safely This Holiday Season by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 11 Dec 2009 3:19am With the holiday season moving into full swing, families across the country are in the car and on the go. Whether you’re driving across the country to visit family or across town to holiday shop, it is important that your child passengers are riding safely and that child safety seats are used correctly. AAA estimated that 30 million people t ... Read on »