Typical and Atypical Motor Development
Most children develop skills in similar patterns and at similar times. But attaining milestones varies, based on each child’s family and personal history and environment.
How the Eye and the Brain Work Together
Why near sightedness and farsightedness occur.
Toolkit: Sensory Awareness in Your Classroom
Many teachers are aware of the need to recognize what a child’s sensory system is telling him.
How Your Child’s Sensory System Develops
What is sensory development? In general, it refers to the maturing of the five familiar senses: hearing, smell, taste, touch, and vision.
Sensory Friendly Films and Family Movies
For a child with special needs or a sensory processing disorder, a visit to a local movie theater isn’t the typical fun experience and may be filled with anxiety and fear.