Posts tagged 'Therapy'

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Teach Children about Germ Prevention

Taking time to educate children who may be a bit fearful during these uncertain times is crucial to helping them feel more comfortable and open to working on skills they need to develop. When approaching serious subjects, like health issues, having a fun activity to ease the tension helps encourage a child’s natural urge to learn.

4 months ago

Beat Back to School Anxiety

For many children, returning to school brings the joy of seeing friends and teachers. For others, the return may not be as exciting. Children with autism or sensory integration disorder may need to return to school with tools to help them process the new emotions that they are feeling.

6 months ago

Community Helpers and Interactive Play

A great way to teach how valuable teachers, nurses, police officers, and firefighters are in our lives is through interactive play. This amazing set I found at SmileMakers helps you teach your young patients how important these people are to them and the community they live in.

6 months ago

How to Have Fun Even with A Latex Allergy

As a child, this should not deter the ability to learn and have a good time like other children do. SmileMakers provides latex free products for children that will allow them to enjoy everyday items just like their peers.

6 months ago

The Importance of Reading Emotions

As Early interventionists and therapists, it is imperative that we create opportunities for our children on the Autism Spectrum to learn these skills. One way to teach emotions to our children is through pictures.

9 months ago

Color Identification and Preschool Children

As important as it is that children learn the importance of colors and matching, we all know that learning at this age needs to be fun. Books, flashcards and games are great tools to use in a therapy session. SmileMakers offers a variety of items that are portable and affordable to assist in the learning process.

9 months ago

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