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  • Sensory-Friendly Easter Activities
    March 27, 2024 Ashleigh Richardson

    Sensory-Friendly Easter Activities

    Easter is a tradition that is loved by children almost worldwide but for those whose children suffer from sensory disorders the whole experience can be extremely overwhelming. With large crowds expected at most organised Easter trails, overly-competitive children (and parents)...

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  • Daily Challenges of Raising a Child With Special Needs
    March 1, 2024 Mel Thomsett

    Daily Challenges of Raising a Child With Special Needs

    On a daily basis your challenges start with trying to get your child washed, dressed in the appropriate clothing and transitioned to school or whatever activity they are scheduled to be attending that day. All this is probably under time pressure as you are likely to also be trying to hold down a job and income that is dependent on you getting to work on time!
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  • Benefits of Sensory School Uniforms
    February 15, 2024 Mel Thomsett

    Benefits of Sensory School Uniforms

    Children with Sensory Issues, Autism, SPD, ADHD, OCD, PDA or other SEN issues have so many challenges already that they need to overcome every single day in order to travel to and attend school, focus on their work and overcome anxiety and dysregulation. School uniform is a huge additional barrier to many and causes meltdowns in so many busy homes each morning.
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  • Dental health products to help children with special needs brush their teeth
    January 1, 2024 Mel Thomsett

    Dental health products to help children with special needs brush their teeth

    We’ve spoken in our previous tooth-brushing blog about what the challenges are, and some of the techniques we can try. In this piece we look at the products and resources that might assist. Parents of children with special needs, especially when sensory processing sensitivities, OCD, PDA or Autism are in the mix, often struggle to get a toothbrush anywhere near their child, let alone work on improving gum health or oral hygiene.
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