PARENTING: 5 ways to get your child to LISTEN!

Does your child have selective hearing? Join the club! Selective hearing appears to be an epidemic among children, so how can we fix it?!

STARTING SCHOOL: How to know if your child is ready

Starting school can be daunting for both child and parent, but how can you tell if your child is ready for school? Here are some things to consider.

Defining Dyspraxia

Dyspraxia affects many children and can be devastaging to parents and families. This article may help you determine if your child has signs of Dyspraxia.

How A Chair Affects Kids’ Handwriting

In order to give a child the best possible chance to improve their handwriting, we need to ensure that they have the right chair. Here’s some tips on picking the right chair.

10 Sensory Spelling Ideas

Ditch the traditional way of spelling words and try some of these sensory spelling ideas. They’re loads of fun!

Baby, don’t eat that!

Babies love to touch things, look at things, smell things, hear things and of course taste things! Here are some tips and tricks to help mouthing.

When Seeking a Diagnosis

Many parents visit occupational therapists with their children and expect a diagnosis but are left disappointed when they don’t get one. This article explains the perspectives on seeking a diagnosis.

What is Low Muscle Tone?

Find out what exactly is Low Muscle Tone and what it means for your child.

Auditory Processing Disorder

It’s common to have to call our child multiple times before they respond, but how do you know when there is a problem and that they may have Auditory Processing Disorder? This article explains.

Tactile Defensiveness

Tactile Defensiveness, a symptom of Sensory Processing Disorder, can be confusing for a child’s body. Here are 3 things you may not know about it.