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The Inclusive Class Podcast: Interview with Temple Grandin – Hosts Nicole Eredics and Terri Mauro

The Inclusive Class Podcast: Interview with Temple Grandin – Hosts Nicole Eredics and Terri Mauro

The Inclusive Class Podcast Presents: An Interview with Dr. Temple Grandin –  Hosts: Nicole Eredics and Terri Mauro 

On Tuesday, October 1, 2013 at 11 AM Eastern Standard Time, The Inclusive Class Podcast proudly presents an interview with Dr. Temple Grandin.

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Sensory Chew Necklaces: KidCompanions Chewelry & SentioCHEWS – News and Reviews

Sensory Chew Necklaces: KidCompanions Chewelry & SentioCHEWS – News and Reviews

Does the sensory chew necklaces KidCompanions Chewelry and SentioCHEWS ever come on sale? Do you have price breaks when a customer buys a few items at the same time? How can I be among the first to know about a new product or a price reduction? If you are looking for answers to the above questions and news about our company, SentioLife Solutions, Ltd., the best way to be among the first to know is to subscribe to our Newsletter.

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Teen Creates Powerful Educational Video to Encourage Understanding of People with Autism

Teen Creates Powerful Educational Video to Encourage Understanding of People with Autism

Folks at KidCompanions Chewelry Special Needs Blog were pleased to  receive the following press release from Adrienne Robertiello, Autism Educator at Children’s Specialized Hospital and Board member of Autism Family Times with Brianna. We congratulate Alexandra (Alex) Jackman for her volunteer work as a teen mentor working with teens and young children with ASD and now for her awesome video, A Teen’s Guide to Understanding and Communicating with People with Autism.

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Dr. Lucy Jane Miller Receives Denver Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business Award

Dr. Lucy Jane Miller Receives Denver Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business Award

Congratulations to Dr. Lucy Jane Miller! The Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Foundation and STAR (Sensory Therapies And Research) Center’s founder, Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR, received the prestigious Denver Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business award in the healthcare category. Dr Miller says, “My biggest desire in receiving this award is that it brings more recognition to Sensory Processing Disorder in hopes that someday, every child with SPD is identified and treated by age 6.”

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Parenting Children with Special Needs: Tips from Ellen Notbohm’s Books and Interviews

Parenting Children with Special Needs: Tips from Ellen Notbohm’s Books and Interviews

This post is to tell you about Ellen Notbohm and her books on parenting children and young adults with autism spectrum disorder. The goal of this blog and our Special Needs Book Review site is to help those parenting children with special needs.  For the launch of our new Special Needs Book Review site we  invited authors to participate in an Author Interview Series. This series has been so popular that it is ongoing. We ask authors to tell us about their books, their work, and their lives.

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Autism Support for Parents and Siblings by Ken Myers

Autism Support for Parents and Siblings by Ken Myers

It’s a fact: parents of autistic children often feel lonely, misunderstood, are physically and emotionally exhausted, question faith and beliefs, and may be worried about finances. If you are a friend or family member of a parent with an autistic child, one of the best ways to help initially is to offer emotional support as these families tend to feel disconnected from people who don’t fully understand autism. In addition to offering emotional support, you can offer to baby-sit, help with household chores, be an autism awareness advocate, and help locate support groups and respite resources. Here are some other ways to help lighten their load:

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Learn to Have Fun with Your Senses, The Sensory Avoider’s Survival Guide by John Taylor, PhD

Learn to Have Fun with Your Senses, The Sensory Avoider’s Survival Guide by John Taylor, PhD

When I read a book intending to write a review afterwards, I jot down page numbers and interesting points to reread before writing. When I finished reading Learn to Have Fun with Your Senses: The Sensory Avoider’s Survival Guide by John Taylor, PhD  my notes stopped after the first chapter. Why? Like being free in a candy room, I could not choose because all was important, informative and immediately beneficial to families coping with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). This amazing book is for kids, tweens, or teens who are sensory avoiders and their parents or other caregivers.

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Why All Families Need Good Vacation Experiences by Lisa Harrington

Why All Families Need Good Vacation Experiences by Lisa Harrington

Not making time for a family vacation is a real shame for any family. For a family with a child who has a disability or a special needs, the summer can seem like the time to schedule in any additional support or educational need the child may require. Of course, providing extra care and support, particularly around schooling, is a priority for such families. Nevertheless, going on a vacation is never wasted time for families with a special needs child.

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Getting KidCompanions Chewelry Just RIGHT for Sensitive Kids and Market Ready

Getting KidCompanions Chewelry Just RIGHT for Sensitive Kids and Market Ready

What Was Involved Getting KidCompanions Chewelry Market Ready? Pierrette’s goal was to design a stylish, efficient, and SAFE sensory oral-motor tool that users with sensory issues wear. This jewelry that you chew had to double-up as a hand fidget for children who need to manipulate a hand fidget to become calm or to help them focus… busy the hands to allow the brain to stay on task.

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Who Is Behind KidCompanions Chewelry and What Is Her Story?

Who Is Behind KidCompanions Chewelry and What Is Her Story?

Pierrette and Lorna d’Entremont, daughter and mother, are co-owners of SentioLife Solutions, the makers of the sensory tool line “KidCompanions Chewelry“. The original KidCompanions chew necklace was invented by Pierrette in 2007. Our sensory oral-motor tool is still made in Canada and sourced in Canada and the United states.  Our sensory chew necklace is a SAFE chewy/fidget that brings parents peace of mind and the user comfort, calming, and satisfying of sensory and fidgeting needs.

The following are questions you may have about KidCompanions Chewelry and how it came about.

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Best Gifts For Children with Special Needs by Marcela De Vivo

Best Gifts For Children with Special Needs by Marcela De Vivo

Knowing what to get for a child with special needs can be somewhat difficult, especially if you’re buying a gift for a child that isn’t your own. While having some knowledge of the child’s needs can be helpful, it isn’t always a necessity, and there are a variety of gifts that are ideal for children with all types of special needs.

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