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Fall Sensory Fun for Everyone

Fall Sensory Fun for Everyone

October 27th, 2015  | Sensory  | Therapy  |  By CLARISSA STUCKENBERG

Are you looking for a fun Fall craft that is doable for any ability, mess-free, and festive?  My son Huxley and I found a great way to make some fun decorations using a pumpkin shape cut out of construction paper, a little plastic wrap, some blobs of paint and some tape. I laid the pumpkin on top of plastic wrap, added […]

Why We Took Our Son to a Ballgame Instead of Physical Therapy

Why We Took Our Son to a Ballgame Instead of Physical Therapy

October 22nd, 2015  | Self Care  | Therapy  |  By BETSY PILON

Life can be pretty overwhelming when your precious child receives the diagnosis of hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). Your hopes and dreams of motherhood shift, and your life is intensely focused on therapies, doctor appointments and research. You wonder how people are able not only to attend all of these appointments, but also manage to implement the slew of home programs that occupational, physical […]

Bright Light Star Pillow

Bright Light Star Pillow

February 19th, 2015  | Therapy  | Toys  |  By ANN GOELLER

This is an excellent toy for kids with CVI or other vision problems. We absolutely love this toy. Our daughter has CVI and can see it very well. It grabs her attention every time. And it is very soft and lightweight, so when she pulls it down on her face (which she often does) it does not hurt. It is […]

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