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As we know, one of the most difficult times for a child with autism is the start of the school year. New classrooms, teachers, peers, rules — it can be overwhelming.  Any variation in routine has the potential to create confusion and stress. This can often be managed through educating ourselves and careful planning.

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Autism and Early Intervention Services Episode 77

On this Episode, I discuss what Early Intervention services look like, or should look like, for kids with Autism.

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Ello Tidal Glass Tumbler with Lid and Straw on Amazon

I have been personally using this glass (the blue one) for a few weeks now.  But, I purchased the glass straws also listed on my website today to use with it instead of the plastic straw it comes with.

It is also an Amazon Prime deal today (July 16th, 2018)!! I’m getting another one!


Fine Motor Skills for 2 Year Olds Episode 72

On this episode, I talk about some of the fine motor skills I look for as an Occupational Therapist when playing with a child between the ages of 24-36 months or 2-3 years.

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Flashback to Episode 1 Sensory Processing Episode 67

This is an Anniversary show where we flashback to Episode 1 from April 5th, 2017!! Thank you for listening this past year, and for all of your support!

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Repetitive Behaviors Self Stimming Episode 65

On this Episode, I discuss what repetitive behaviors are. I discuss why people do these self-stimulatory behaviors, and what we should do to help them.

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ASD DSM V
Autism Diagnostic Criteria
“DSM-5 Diagnostic Criteria.” Autism Speaks, 29 July 2013, www.autismspeaks.org/what-autism/diagnosis/dsm-5-diagnostic-criteria.

ASD Repetitive Behaviors
Repetitive Behaviors
Rudy, Lisa Jo, and Joel Forman. “What Do Repetitive Autistic Behaviors Look Like?” Verywell Health, www.verywell.com/repetitive-behaviors-in-autism-260582.

Research Article
AJOT Research Article
Dyck, Murray J., and Anne Passmore. “Relationships Between Stereotyped Movements and Sensory Processing Disorders in Children With and Without Developmental or Sensory Disorders.” American Journal of Occupational Therapy, American Occupational Therapy Association, 1 May 2010, ajot.aota.org/article.aspx?articleid=1854564&resultClick=3.


Sensory Processing Disorder Teaching Independence Episode 63

On this episode, I talk about what it means to be an independent person, some ideas on ways to teach kids to become independent adults, and how to incorporate these same techniques with kids who have sensory processing needs.

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