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Sensory Tools Help a Child to Survive Sensory Overload, Calm and Focus

Sensory Tools Help a Child to Survive Sensory Overload, Calm and Focus

Who likes to drive during rush hour? No one! What is life like for a person with sensory processing disorder (SPD)? An overwhelmed individual with SPD likened his life as having a “traffic jam” in his brain. If your child has sensory issues that often come hand-in-hand with autism, Asperger’s syndrome, ADD/ADHD, Tourette syndrome, etc. have your child evaluated by a professional. Often the child will be referred to an occupational therapist (OT) who will be able to help your child. What will an OT suggest to parents to help their child with sensory integration issues? Also what exactly is sensory processing disorder?

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What Is a Sensory Diet?

What Is a Sensory Diet?

If your child is diagnosed with sensory processing disorder (SPD) often his occupational therapist will plan a Sensory Diet to help him. What is SPD? Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) or, as if was called before Sensory Integration Disorder, is a complex disorder of the brain that affects one in twenty people. Sensory processing disorder is a neurological disorder causing difficulties with taking in, processing, and responding to sensory information about the environment and from within one’s own body. Individuals can be hypersensitive or hyposensitive to varying degrees and may have trouble with one of the senses, a few, or all of them.

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Safety Tips for Parents Regarding Children’s Jewelry and Chewelry

Safety Tips for Parents Regarding Children’s Jewelry and Chewelry

Parents want what is best for their children. They lobby for safe products and a safe environment. When we were getting KidCompanions Chewelry ready for market our product had to comply to many safety regulations from Canada and the United States. Then during 2012 we successfully went through the red tape to get KidCompanions Chewelry CE marked to be sold to the 28 European Union countries. When parents buy our product they can have peace of mind about its safety… can that be said about less expensive children’s jewelry or chewelry? What are the dangers that lurk in toyland?

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Gift Giving Tips for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Gift Giving Tips for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Finding just the right birthday, holiday, or congrats gift for anyone can be a challenge! If you have a child with an autism spectrum disorder on your list, the task may seem overwhelming. We’re here to help with a few general tips on how-to choose gifts, and the other selections in this publication can jump start your creative juices. But… just in case you find yourself needing more inspiration, we’ve assembled some of our favorite products from Internet sources.

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Fidgets for ADHD: Toys or Tools for Children with Special Needs?

Fidgets for ADHD: Toys or Tools for Children with Special Needs?

Are fidgets for ADHD just toys that should be put away at the sound of the bell?  Are fidgets really tools  for children with special needs  to be used all day at home and in class with the blessing of both parents and teachers and on the recommendation of professionals? Does fidgeting really make it possible for individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) to focus and do their work?

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Chew Necklace and Clip-on Fidget: KidCompanions Chewelry Blue Circle Pendant

Chew Necklace and Clip-on Fidget: KidCompanions Chewelry Blue Circle Pendant

Chew Necklace and Clip-on Fidget: KidCompanions Chewelry Blue Circle PendantWere you one of the parents or therapists who had asked for an age-appropriate chew necklace that boys would wear and use? “Mothers know best” when it comes to their Special Needs children.” This mantra has guided many decisions in families and hopefully in our school system. So naturally Pierrette d’Entremont, designer of KidCompanions Chewelry, took seriously the pleas of distraught moms who told her no cool, sensory chewable fidgets were available for their older children, especially for boys.

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