Any parent who has a child with disabilities understands that having a conversation with your son or daughter is not a “one and done” situation. Starting a conversation with your child about their disabilities is just the beginning of a long process that will continue as they grow and mature. With that in mind, here are some guidelines that will make the road a bit smoother for both you and your child.
Some toddlers are the social butterflies of the group and always want to be in control, while others would prefer to play alone quietly and off in the corner. In some respects it’s not much different than a typical workplace or an adult party. If you are worried about your little one and their shyness, let’s look at some playdate strategies for you to start trying, and at the same time discover why shyness may not be such a bad thing.
Most of us have seen a child in a grocery store throwing a temper tantrum or being downright obnoxious and unruly. Do we immediately blame the parents for allowing this to continue, or do we have sympathy for their situation?
On April 1st, 2019, TLC Pediatric Therapies moved to 4705 South Apopka Vineland Road. Since then, our brand new, 6,000 square foot, state of the art facility has allowed us to serve our patients in ways like never before. To maximize comfort during sessions, we have added sensory rooms to control light, sound, and textures. Our new gym, kinesis wall, climbing zone, private treatment rooms, and reception space, allow us to provide unparalleled care. We are thrilled to reveal our new facility to you all in this video tour below!
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Anxiety is a normal part of childhood and growing up, and it’s safe to say everyone experiences some level of anxiety through their lifetime. For a certain number of people, though, childhood anxiety may turn into teen and adult anxiety. In fact, we all probably know an adult whom we think of as a chronic “worry wart,” but does that meant they’re affected by anxiety?
As parents, learning how to manage childhood anxiety can be beneficial both for your children and the adults they will become.