Sensory processing disorders (SPD) are as prevalent in children than autism and ADHD, yet SPD has received far less attention because it has not been recognized as a specific disease. Researchers from UC San Francisco have found in a groundbreaking new study, that children affected by SPD have significant differences in the brain. This is the first time that research has been able to show a biological basis for SPD that sets it apart from other neurodevelopmental disorders.
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The fourth annual community collaboration conference will explore current attachment related challenges and interventions that can benefit children, adolescents, adults and families.
When: Friday, October 3, 2014
9am-3:30pm at the American Family Trianing Center, Madison, WI
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Many of our clients display learning-related vision problems. We are finding these problems are impeding their educational, emotional, and relational needs.
What Does A Vision-Related Problem Look Like?" (video)
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New Horizons Vision Therapy Center
Movies are a great way to spend family time together as well as offer unique opportunities which can help family members relate to one another's experience. The following article offers some tips when it comes to selecting an adoption themed movie for your family.
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The Adoption Advocate is a monthly publication created by the National Council for Adoption to educate on today's most relevant welfare and adoption issues. This month's publication is aimed to educate teachers and school adminstrators of the impact that trauma, abuse, and other risk factors in a child's history that play a role in the child's ability to learn and feel safe in the classroom.
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