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8 Great Habits For Kids To Have Early In Life

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July 18, 2023

Most parents are well aware that telling children what to do and how to act is far less effective than showing them what to do and how to act. Teaching children what is a good habit early in life works best when the habit or behavior is modeled by the parents themselves. Whether the child […]

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At Home Tips to Help Your Child With ADHD

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The first tip when learning to deal with your child with ADHD is not to panic. Your whole life is not turning upside down. It may feel that way, but with some support from professionals, you can easily learn at home tips to help your child with ADHD. What Exactly Is ADHD? You may think your child […]

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Speech Development Expectations: From Infancy to Preschool

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Although every child learns to speak at his or her own pace, parents want to know if their child’s speech and language development is on the right track. There are general milestones that are helpful in understanding age-appropriate speech development expectations from infancy to preschool. These guidelines can help parents and other caregivers to know if […]

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Pediatric ABA Therapy Techniques You Can Practice at Home

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Applied behavioral analysis (ABA) techniques can help guide youths to a positive relationship with social situations, responsibilities and interactions. Working with your child at home to create a strong bond between learned behaviors and reward systems can make it easier for them to learn beneficial skills. With the help of ABA therapy techniques for children, your […]

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Find the Right ABA Company & Therapist for Your Child

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Choosing a provider you trust to conduct ABA therapy with your child is a significant decision. Beyond possessing the suitable qualifications and skills necessary to help your child, the ABA therapy clinic’s environment and programs can significantly impact your child’s success. What to Look for in an ABA Treatment Center When looking for an ABA […]

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Guide to Family Child Consultations and Training

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For families of children on the autism spectrum, many parents or other caregivers ask: What do I do next? Luckily, there are numerous ways to help support your child’s growth and skill acquisition. Family training and consultation often go hand in hand with Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy. Both allow you and your family to understand how you […]

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ABA Therapy vs. Occupational Therapy

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If you are in the research stage of finding the right therapy for your child, getting to know more about some of the most studied and practiced approaches can help you filter through your available options. Applied behavioral analysis (ABA) and occupational therapy have shown impressive results for children with autism seeking positive influences on […]

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What to Do Following Your Child’s Autism Diagnosis

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As a parent, you want what’s best for your child. You want them to grow up to reach their greatest potential, as well as be healthy and happy. We understand that the time after your child receives an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) diagnosis can be emotional and full of new questions. Orlando Children’s Therapy is […]

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5 Ways a Toddler Can Benefit from Physical Therapy

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Parents will do everything to ensure their child’s safety throughout the many stages of the child’s development. Physical therapy has become a well-prescribed early intervention remedy for developmental challenges or deficiencies apparent at birth. Physical therapy can also significantly benefit toddlers with limited movement related to an illness, injury, disease or disability. If your child struggles with […]

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