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Proud Parents: Navigating Fatherhood and Entrepreneurship

Proud Parents: Navigating Fatherhood and Entrepreneurship. Join us as we speak to Winston Ben Clements, a man who approaches life with courage, resilience, and determination. Born with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, a rare genetic disorder causing fragile bones, Winston Ben Clements has not let his condition define him. Instead, he has achieved multiple triumphs, becoming an inspiration! From the joys

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Benefits of Adapted Clothing

Benefits of Adapted Clothing Children may need special clothing for a variety of reasons. This can be anything from a need to reduce anxiety, sensitivity to everyday clothes or reduced mobility. For example, if your child has high anxiety, they might benefit from weighted clothing. Alternatively, if you have a child with eczema or sensitive skin, they could

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Proud Parents:  Special Needs Parenting- Balancing Life and Siblings

Proud Parents: Special Needs Parenting- Balancing Life and Siblings In this video, we delve into the inspiring story of this devoted mother, showcasing her love, resilience, and unwavering commitment as she navigates the unique challenges of autism. From seeking a diagnosis to celebrating the small victories of daily life. Discover how she balances life with two children and

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Support Feeding A Child with Cerebral Palsy

Support Feeding A Child with Cerebral Palsy Are you looking to make your child with cerebral palsy eating times easier?  Does your child experience challenges when eating or drinking?  For a child with cerebral palsy eating times may be challenging due to oral motor disorders. In addition, your child may have challenges with drinking, swallowing or eating. Alternatively,

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Toileting autism

Toilet Training A Child With Autism

Toilet Training A Child with Special Needs Make the most of curiosity Some children may display a curiosity in toileting. This may display as an interest in the bathroom or sensory stimulation around the toilet. Observing this curiosity and choosing to train your child around this time can be beneficial. Children with sensory processing needs may enjoy the

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Sleeping Child Autism

Creating a Smoother Bedtime Routine for Your Child with Special Needs

Creating a Smoother Bedtime Routine for Your Child with Special Needs The feeling of constantly getting up to soothe an awoken child can leave many parents searching for support. Often times seeking advice from friends and family.  At times answers such as “let them cry themselves to sleep” or “they’ll grow into it “ don’t seem to provide

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