Do you consider yourself creative? Many may answer NO to this question… But I beg to differ! According to Google, creativity is defined as “the use of the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of an artistic work”. With that definition creativity may be limited to being talented or excelling at a certain […]
With all the fun and excitement that comes with Halloween, for a sensory sensitive child, the activities and circumstances surrounding it may be overwhelming. Creating a sensory-friendly Halloween is possible for your neurodivergent child with a few strategic steps and approaches. From costume alternatives to additional safety measures, here we share some of the ways
Discovering the Benefits of Art Therapy For All Ages Have you ever been in the midst of sharing a story and found yourself stuck on a word or a phrase? You search and search for the right thing to say, but you just can’t seem to put your finger on the perfect way to express
Creating a smooth reentry through structure and support. It’s hard to believe that in a few short weeks, students all over the country will begin to head back to school. Summer flew by in a wink. Now the sunscreen and beach towels have been replaced with glue sticks and backpacks on the store shelves.
When you hear the word ‘treatment’ what do you think of? If you are like most people, things like beeping machines, stark white coats, and cold, sterile walls may come to mind. You’re not wrong. Many treatments sound, look and feel just like that. Noisy. Scary. Uncomfortable. What if there was another type of treatment?