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When should a child stop scribbling?

When should a child stop scribbling? Like every other stage in development scribbling, drawing, and writing skills are met at certain ages. So what if your child struggles with drawing? They may have difficulty copying

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Kendall’s 5 Favorite Children’s Books

Welcome back to Kendall’s Library! We hope you have been enjoying our posts about our favorite children’s books! Check out last month’s if you are new here, Kendall’s 5 Favorite Children’s Books Kendall’s 5 Favorite Children’s

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Incorporating Therapy Switches at Home

Let’s talk switches! I’m sure you’ve seen them in your child’s therapy session, a bright colored button they can press to make something happen. Switches are considered to be assistive technology and assistive technology is a

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5 Sensory Activities for Sensory Impairment

Hypersensitive vs hyposensitive Everybody has a unique way of processing information that our environment gives us, most of the time we process this information and react accordingly without realizing what we are doing. Sensory processing is the

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