Why We Recommend Craniosacral Therapy For Children With Special Needs

We recently discussed the benefits of craniosacral therapy. Now let’s talk about why we recommend craniosacral therapy and/or manual muscle therapy. There are eight different sensory systems in the body. First there are the tactile, vestibular, proprioceptive, and...

Sleep Tips For Kids With Special Needs

One thing that is often a concern with our sensory kids, and kids on the spectrum, is sleeping patterns. They just don’t sleep! Or, they wake up in the middle of the night. These two issues are very common.  Why your child may have trouble falling asleep: Sleep can be...

Developmental Milestones Infants Should Achieve

Today we’re going to talk about developmental milestones infants should achieve. What is a developmental milestone? A developmental milestone is a set of abilities that the child is expected to achieve by a certain age. This set of abilities includes: Physical...

Why Sensory Issues Cause Feeding Issues

By popular demand, we’ve been asked to do a series on feeding.  When we assess kids for sensory issues, we find that feeding and food intake is a huge issue.  This is not surprising, because if you have sensory issues in your body you probably have them in your mouth...