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Helping Your Kids Before And After A Move

By Kate Houston Children are creatures of habit. There’s perhaps no bigger disruption to a routine than moving to a new home. That’s especially true for children with disabilities, who have additional challenges on top of the usual emotional distress that can come...

Toddlers and Parties, Do They Mix?

Ah the holidays, shopping, food, gifts, parties, relatives and TODDLERS! You know how stressed you feel during the holidays? Now imagine being a one or two year old who is experiencing all this over-stimulation for the first time. Here are a few tips to help you make...

Choosing Shoes for Toddlers

By Paula Casey at Walsh Brother’s Shoes The moment your child takes her first steps are exceptional moments that will long live in your memory. It’s a significant moment and probably one of the first major steps towards some small element of independence at that...

Taming Tantrums

By Catherine Konstantinos, M.Ed. TEIS Developmental Specialist Ah, toddler tantrums– undoubtedly one of the most frustrating parenting experiences. Your child might throw himself on the floor, kicking and screaming, over the smallest frustration. He might become...

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