Signs Your Child Might Need Hearing Aids

Your child might have been perfectly healthy at birth, but some children can develop hearing loss as they grow. Back in the day, hearing loss might not have been detected till the child had reached speaking age – around two years old – when parents would realize then that the child was not able to […]

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The Physiological Benefits Your Children Gain from Outdoor Play

In a digital age where every individual owns a gadget or even two, it can be difficult to encourage children to play outdoors. Most of today’s kids would rather stay at home and play games on their tablets or smartphones. Based on Jenny Anderson’s report on, American kids spend about 18.6 hours of play time […]

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Wacky Sacks Stress Busters

Young children learn and absorb the world around them using all of their senses.  So it’s important for us to provide them with opportunities and a rich sensory environment that will stimulate the senses and strengthen neural pathways important for all types of learning. Here’s a simple sensory activity that also serves as a great […]

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