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With back to school season, some children may struggle getting back into the routine of school and doing their homework at night. In this article, we will share some common...

Our children are constantly around screens. At school, they play math games on tablets and interact with a smart board. At restaurants there are several TV screens all playing different...

Pediatric occupational therapy (OT) is a family-centered practice. Caregivers and practitioners are equal partners in providing your child with the support to allow them to develop and participate in life...

From baking cookies to opening presents, the holidays provide many opportunities to facilitate the development of skills needed to participate in school! Here is a simple list of activities to...

The term "helicopter parenting" was first coined in the 1969 book "Parents &Teenagers" by Dr. Haim Ginott. It was used to describe parents who hover and are overly involved, in...

Should I send my child to preschool? This is a common question for parents. As in any situation, there are pros and cons. However, the benefits of sending your child...

Positive relationships are the cornerstone to the happiness and overall well being of a child. Reactive Attachment Disorder or RAD, is a serious, though rare, condition that can develop in...