Archives for November 2, 2018

Teaching Children Inclusion

Last week my son had a horrible time in school. He’s been extremely frustrated because other children don’t include him in basketball and soccer during recess. My son is highly functioning autistic, and for many years he didn’t care if other children wanted to play with him. Most of the time, he wandered around by himself in his own world. Now, he’s reached a point where he wants to be included, … [Read more...]

Partner Post: Powerful Pointers To Help You Pick At Fussy Eaters

Source There isn’t a parent out there who wants a fussy eater. The idea of a kid who refuses to eat anything they don’t know and love can be distressing. You want a child who embraces new cuisines wherever they go. The only trouble is, achieving this is often easier said than done. Children are creatures of habit. Many parents find it easier to go along with that than challenge the status quo … [Read more...]

Partner Post: 4 Simple Ways To Improve The Air Quality In Your Home

Air pollution is a big problem these days with so many cars and factories pumping all sorts of toxins into the air. One of the biggest misconceptions that people have about air pollution is that you’re safe inside the house. They think that all of the bad stuff is outside where the cars are and the inside of the house is fine. But actually, the insides of buildings are often more polluted than the … [Read more...]