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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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The Effects of Sunshine

May 31, 2012 in Special Education Articles by Jess

I live in California, so, I admit, I’m spoiled. The sunshine becomes something we often take for granted. The natural warmth of the sun on our faces, the illumination of the colors blooming every season and the lush green grass that carpets the ground encircling the never-ending freeways. So it may be a little easier to feel a bit more optimistic as we walk through our daily lives, but… never forget, as I said in the first sentence, it’s easy to take this “happy” weather for granted and not even notice it after awhile. For me, being a born east-coaster, it can sometimes feel like I’m unknowingly participating in my own version of “Groundhog Day” – which for those who may not be Bill Murray fans, is when the same day keeps happening over. Due to mother-nature becoming either lazy or quite comfortable showering the west coast in sunshine, it becomes almost annoyingly predictable. Read the rest of this entry →

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