Sleep is a crucial factor in a child’s development, health, and lifestyle. It’s important to understand your child and notice how he functions through the day, what activities he engages in, and his daily sleep patterns. This becomes especially important when looking at a child that has a serious condition such as epilepsy. In doing so, you can […]
A special thanks to our friends at Friendship Circle for posting our blog on what you should know about developmental delay. Check it out here!
Our friend Caryn over at Living with Logan was kind enough to feature our blog post, Improving Your Child’s Sleep-Wake Cycle, on her site. Check it out here!
Friendship Circle is a great resource for special needs. Check out our guest post on the 9 important developmental milestones for your child’s growth!
The love of a mother for a child fosters the growth of a region in the child’s brain that is key for learning and responding to stress. In this week’s online edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers reported that children who were cared for to a higher degree had a 10 […]
For many parents of children with special needs, drooling is a common yet difficult issue to address. When a child is young, it is normal for him to drool as teething stimulates the glands in the mouth. However, drooling later on in life is a bigger problem which may occur due to several reasons including […]