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Top 10 Most Important Sensory Environment Tips

June 7, 2012 in Special Education Advisor Blog by Jess

10. Be clear about what you want your child’s room to inspire. Identify what the goals and challenges they presently have as well as in any and every space in your home.

9. Always be decisive about who will be using the room, if it’s going to be shared by more than one person or be utilized for more than one function. Read the rest of this entry →

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GOING GREEN: Six Easy Ways to Improve Your Health, Your Home & RELAX! (especially families w/children diagnosed w/ Autism & other Special Needs)

January 24, 2011 in Special Education Articles by Jess

Parents often find themselves wondering how to be environmentally responsible, budget conscious and most importantly, provide whatever their children’s needs require. Now that our society has finally begun to focus on reducing the negative impact of our society on the environment we focus on utilizing products and services that support that end result.  We use the term “green” to indicate anything that reduces energy consumption, carbon emissions, or waste of natural resources. The benefit to the Earth is clear, but there are benefits to our own mental and physical well being that are often overlooked. People can be profoundly affected by their environments, and children, particularly those with special needs, are even more susceptible.  Read the rest of this entry →

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