Benefits of Coloring for Kids, Teens, and Adults

Benefits of Coloring for Kids, Teens, and Adults

What are the benefits of coloring for kids, teens, and adults? Coloring books have been around for ages but when my own children were young we started hearing that coloring someone else’s designs was not creative enough. ¬†Parents and teachers were advised to let the children draw their own pictures and then hopefully color them.

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Chewelry Companion by Alexis Wallerstein

Chewelry Companion by Alexis Wallerstein

The team at SentioLife Solutions always loves receiving feedback from the folks who buy our chew necklaces. This week we received a priceless, lovely story about the benefits our KidCompanions Chewelry brings to a young adult. Thank you so much Alexis Wallerstein! Dear Pierrette, In February earlier this year I gave a testimonial about your

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Why Pokémon Go Is Perfect For Children with Special Needs by Hilary Smith

Why Pokémon Go Is Perfect For Children with Special Needs by Hilary Smith

Our team at SentioLife Solutions¬†thanks¬†Hilary Smith for her guest post titled, “Why Pok√©mon Go Is Perfect For¬†Children with Special Needs”. The summer of 2016 will be remembered¬†for¬†the Pok√©mon Go craze that swept throughout Canada and the world. Many have written about the pros and cons of this game. A craze¬†is an¬†enthusiasm for a particular activity or object that typically appears suddenly and achieves widespread but short-lived popularity. Only time will tell if¬†Pok√©mon Go is here to stay.

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Changing How the World Views Autism by Jodi Murphy, Geek Club Books

Changing How the World Views Autism by Jodi Murphy, Geek Club Books

The team at SentioLife Solutions thanks Jodi Murphy,¬†founder of Geek Club Books, for this excellent guest post she titled “Changing How the World Views Autism”. Geek Club Books focuses¬†on innovative, entertaining autism education. The¬†Mighty¬†web site explains that Geek Club Books tells the stories of autism through apps, curriculum, digital media, and webisodes to change perceptions

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Associated Cerebral Palsy Conditions and Disorders by Alex Diaz-Granados

Associated Cerebral Palsy Conditions and Disorders by Alex Diaz-Granados

Cerebral palsy is a motor disorder that affects muscle movement and control, but along with the classic symptoms, such as spastic movements and exaggerated reflexes, there are numerous other conditions that children may develop. Some children may acquire a variety of associated conditions, whereas others may only have a few. Cerebral palsy, as well as

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Whole Brain Edutainment: Speech Apps For Kids by Tracy Wannemacher, M.S. CCC-SLP/L

Whole Brain Edutainment: Speech Apps For Kids by Tracy Wannemacher, M.S. CCC-SLP/L

This post introduces our readers to a company founded in 2013 called “Whole Brain Edutainment“.¬†Tracy Wannemacher,¬†M.S. CCC-SLP/L, and¬†Antonio Sanders,¬†an AAA game developer,¬†are the folks behind this company that makes educational apps for kids.¬†Together they developed unique speech apps for kids called “ABC app for Kids” loaded with educational and developmental value.¬†The apps are¬†based on applied

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SentioSYLES: Colorful, Breakaway Lanyards 24 and 28 Inches Sold Separately

SentioSYLES: Colorful, Breakaway Lanyards 24 and 28 Inches Sold Separately

Today I want to tell you about our SentioSTYLES 28 INCH Breakaway Lanyards.¬†SentioSTYLES are made from REAL made-in-the-USA Tactical Paracord. They are the¬†suitable length and¬†strength for youth and¬†adults and have a safe, comfortable,¬†barrel clasp. But first a little history ūüôā¬†Our first breakaway neck lanyards on our original¬†(2007)¬†KidCompanions Chewelry were 18 and 20 inches. Caregivers wanted

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Fidgeting Is Helpful for ADHD: Squirming Has Purpose Study Shows

Fidgeting Is Helpful for ADHD: Squirming Has Purpose Study Shows

ScienceDaily,¬†a great¬†source for the latest research news, posted an article titled, “Squirm with purpose: Fidgeting is helpful for ADHD patients, study shows”. The study they refer to is by¬†Florida State University, February 22, 2016. In a nutshell the¬†new research¬†confirms¬†the following:¬†Children often fidget or move when they are trying to solve a problem, and that movement

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