Since children with autism are unlikely to properly self-report their experiences, new research suggests that interviewing their parents may add important information to help families understand and better respond to the needs of their children, thereby easing challenges in daily routines. The interview method – called the Critical Incident Technique – asks parents to determine… Read more »
Kid’s Health & Safety
Colder weather is on its way, so here are some tips from the American Academy of Pediatricians (aap.org) to help you dress your child for the outdoors: Wear a hood, hat, scarf or face mask as most heat loss is at the head. Keep feet dry with waterproof boots over shoes. Wear a thermal knit… Read more »
Ah, yes … Summer’s great and everything … and then there are the little bites and such that can get kids down … momentarily!
Safety First on or near the water Are you sure you know the realities of water safety pertaining to kids? Accidental drowning statistics are grim: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 800 children drown every year. It is the leading cause of injury-related death among children ages 1 to 3, and… Read more »
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