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Eight Great Special Needs Products

Posted on Mar 26, 2021 by Kevin Cleary

Special needs patients require specialized medical aids and Health Product For You can point you to eight great options. Buy Special Needs Product @ Best Prices

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Awesome Jobs for People with ADHD

Posted on Oct 31, 2019 by Kevin Cleary

Finding a great job for somebody with ADHD can be difficult and Health Products for You can point you in the right direction.

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Strategies for Calming Autistic Tantrums

Posted on Mar 23, 2019 by Kevin Cleary

Each autistic child is different and so is the trigger that can cause a tantrum. With autism, it’s not just a matter of saying your grounded or “timeout” in order to calm your child down. Having strategies that work for calming your specific child may seem improbable, but with a little foresight and some help from child’s therapist we can develop a plan to help diffuse autistic tantrums.

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Benefits of Vibroacoustic Therapy

Posted on Aug 18, 2018 by Kevin Cleary

Often healing and standard therapy can be supplemented with alternative methods of healing and recovery. Our bodies respond to a multitude of external stimuli and when any injury or other malady impacts us all that we crave is relief. This can come in the form of prescription drugs or physical/occupational therapy.

Posted in Sensory Massage

Tactile Stimulation: Therapy for Stroke, Alzheimer’s, and Dementia Patients

Posted on Jul 13, 2018 by Kevin Cleary

As we age the risk of strokes, Alzheimer’s, and other cognitive disorders such as dementia increases. Once these scourges have reared their ugly heads, recovery or maintaining quality of life can be a long, difficult road with many bumps. One of the options available to physical/occupational therapist is the use of tactile stimulation. This type of therapy is known as sensory stimulation therapy.

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A Weighted Vest Can Help!!

Posted on Jul 07, 2018 by Kevin Cleary

Many children diagnosed with autism have a hard time calming themselves down or concentrating on certain tasks. Therapy designed to calm these children or help them focus can sometimes benefit from the use of weighted therapy. This type of therapy can also be called deep-touch therapy.

Posted in Relaxation

Floor Sitter - Giving The Support They Need

Posted on Jul 05, 2018 by Kevin Cleary

Autism is a developmental disorder that affects every child differently. The one seemingly common thread to every child on the autism spectrum is a lack of normal development. Occupational therapy can benefit children affected by autism by improving motor skills such as posture and balance. The use of a floor sitter can help achieve some of these motor skill goals.

Posted in Seating and Positioning

Choosing the Right Communication Aid

Posted on Nov 03, 2017 by Taikhum Sadiq

Communication Aids are devices or items that help an individual communicate more effectively with those around them.

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Using a Sensory Wrap for Vestibular Swing

Posted on Apr 12, 2017 by Kevin Cleary

Autism is a broad term for a variety of developmental disorders. Children on the autism spectrum can suffer from lack of verbal development, problems focusing, or even a lack of fine motor skill development. One problem children may encounter is the need to stimulate their vestibular system. Sensory integration therapy can utilize the play activity of swinging to help children.

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Childcare Tips for Winter

Posted on Jan 09, 2017 by Kevin Cleary

The cold, dark days of winter have a tendency to put a damper on that type of activity. Many times children are stuck in the house due to cold, winter weather. For those who are home with the children, this type of cabin fever can be frustrating. Our children have a lot of energy and that needs to be focused properly for everyone to get along. Entertaining a child in the house requires creativity.

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