Are Bouncers and Walkers Healthy for Our Babies?

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  • On September 1, 2016
Developmental delays can be caused by a number of things. Sometimes it’s a matter of pure anatomy: smaller, leaner babies tend to develop gross motor skills (such as crawling, running, and jumping) quicker than bigger, longer babies. But we are learning that sometimes the environments we place our babies in can have an adverse effect […]
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Adaptive Clothing Lines Give Kids a New Level of Autonomy

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  • On August 13, 2016
As parents of children with special needs, you know how difficult some of the “simplest” daily tasks can be—like getting dressed. Occupational therapy can help tremendously, but our kids often need some assistance, whether it involves zipping and buttoning a pair of pants or putting on a shirt the right way. This is where new […]
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