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Decluttering with Kids in the House

There are two things in this world that almost anyone can say are stressful: raising children and keeping the house tidy. More often than not, a messy house and children go hand in hand. Now, let’s add one more piece to this puzzle that already has you pulling your hair out: you want to sell …

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“Blanket wrapping” is the new weighted blanket…

What is SafeBlanket? We use “safe blanket” in our hospital to help comfort children and adults with several “blanket wrapping” techniques. The SafeBlanket is a durable, functional heavy blanket used to wrap your loved one. The comforting and soothing effects of the pressure help calm patients quickly. We also use it to hold unusually combative …

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Study Shows Higher Risk of Addiction for Individuals Diagnosed with ASD – But There is Hope

A child using drugs or alcohol is a parent’s worst nightmare. No one wants their children exposed to either one – or, worse yet, to become addicted. 


Review: @Otsimo is a fantastic educational app for kids with #Autism

If you’ve been following me for any length of time, you know that I’m a huge proponent of technology. I like to connect people with tech that can improve their quality of life, and this is especially true in the case of Autism parents. As an Autism parent myself, I know first hand how challenging …

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Did you know that #CBD for pets is a thing now?

I’ve always been fascinated by science, especially medical science. When I was a kid, I used to love reading the medical advances section of Readers Digest. I’ve a big believer in western medicine, but my eyes have recently been opened to other options. I’ve mentioned before that we’ve been exploring CBD products for Lizze in …

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Understanding ADHD

This is a contributed post and therefore doesn’t necessarily reflect the views and opinions of this blog or its author.   Photo Source In the past, children with ADHD were simply classified as “naughty”, “reckless”, or “difficult”. However, thanks to improvements in our understanding of the mental disorder, we are now able to correctly diagnose …

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