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Food is Healing!!

WE are what we eat!!! Food is not just fuel, it is healing. If you increase nutrient dense foods, decrease sugar intake, decrease inflammatory foods and balance blood sugar, you will see improvements in mood, cognition and behaviors. This does not have to be so overwhelming. Make

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Visual Schedule

Here are some behavioral techniques that can be used at home: consistency, create a visual schedule, positive reinforcement, time out from activity for aggression, ignoring certain behaviors, frequent verbal and visual reminders of rules What is a A visual schedule?  A visual schedule system is an easy

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Resource Fair

Don’t Miss Out! Two Rivers Friends of Different Learners is presenting it’s annual Resouce Fair. This is a great opportunity for families to meet representatives from programs for students with special needs of all ages and challenges. Monday, March 6 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. We will

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Recommended Reading

Some recommended reading. I just finished this book and found it would be a good resource for parents who are new to the biomedical world.Jennifer Kozek is a therapist who practices in Connecticut, and is also the mother of a son with Autism Spectrum disorders. After treating

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TACA NJ Autism Learning Seminar

Talk About Curing Autism (TACA) New Jersey Chapter is presenting an Autism Learning Seminar and Resource Fair, Sunday February 26th. Please check out all the details below and go to http://www.tacanow.org/…/autism-learning-seminar-resource-…/ to register. Dont miss out, this will be an event with very valuable information!. If you would like

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Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA)?

What exactly is a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA). For many children with autism or ADHD an FBA can be extremely helpful in trying to figure out what is causing certain behaviors. This  resource will  be helpful, click on the link to review. If you need more information

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Getting Your Child to Take Supplements

Great resource I found written by Lori Knowles from New Beginnings Nutritionals Getting Children to take Supplements Starting nutritional supplement therapy with children can be very stressful for parents. Children with developmental disabilities (such as ADD/HD, Autism, Sensory Integration Dysfunction, etc) may be required by physicians to take

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Gluten Free Flour

The gluten free diet is the most common diet used for children with Autism and ADHD. This time of the year can be difficult for children on special diets especially with all the holiday gatherings and parties. Here is a good site to buy  gluten-free flours, to help

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Happy Holidays

The staff at Children’s Wellness & Developmental Center would like to wish all our patients, families and friends a very Happy Holiday!!!! Our wish to all of you is happiness and good health. Thank you ALL for letting us be part of your lives and enjoy this

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Holiday Tips for Families with Children with Special Needs

List of Holiday Tips for families with children with special needs. Love the tip on sleep. The Holidays are stressful for all of us so not only do the children need a good night sleep, but it is equally important for parents too. As parents we can

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