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Best Fidget Toys for Kids with ADHD

Everyone fidgets– you may bite your nails, play with your hair, click your pen, doodle on your paper, or bounce your leg.    “Fidgets” have become a common craze today in the world of our kids, but there is actually science behind why fidget tools help some kids focus.    Some children’s brains are seeking more input to stay at the “just right” arousal level.    For example, a child who is “seeking” input mayContinue reading “Best Fidget Toys for Kids with ADHD”

5 Toys that will Improve Your Child’s Focus and Concentration

Ever have a hard time concentrating?   Even as adults we can have trouble keeping focused on necessary day-to-day tasks.  Especially in today’s world with our smartphones, notifications, and constant email and social media buzzing happening constantly. But I want to talk about your children.  Especially if your child has Autism, anxiety, or ADHD. Why is concentration an important skill for your child to have? The answer to this question seems obvious, but often in modernContinue reading “5 Toys that will Improve Your Child’s Focus and Concentration”

How to Create the Perfect At-Home Calm Down Corner for your Child

As we get older and experience more in life, we learn to deal with “big” emotions and the “heavy” feelings that come along with those experiences.     Children, however, are not yet equipped to managing strong emotions, which can lead them to have temper tantrums or melt-downs.     For children who have ASD, tantrums, and melt-downs can be even more severe.   It is ideal for parents and caregivers to have the ideal environment setContinue reading “How to Create the Perfect At-Home Calm Down Corner for your Child”

Fidget Tools for Focus

Everyone fidgets– you may bite your nails, play with your hair, doodle on your paper, or bounce your leg. “Fidgets” have become a common craze today in the world of our kids, but there is actually science behind why fidget tools help some kids focus. Some children’s brains are seeking more input to stay at the “just right” arousal level. For example, a child who is “seeking” sensory input may be constantly moving, wiggling, touchingContinue reading “Fidget Tools for Focus”