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Hyperbaric Therapy: A Mom's Guide: Submitted by Mark Sloan

So what does your child with special needs have in common with some of the world’s most amazing athletes? The answer is that they may both find hyperbaric therapy or HBOT, as a tool to speed up healing to the tissues in their body and at the same time decrease the inflammation. Terrell Owens, Jeremy Shockey, and many other professional athletes have come to depend on mild HBOT therapy to help their bodies recover quickly, regain strength, and feel better...CLICK HERE to read more of this Article.

(ABA) Applied Behavioral Analysis: The Method Beyond the Myth: Submitted by Billy Edwards BCBA

In such an exciting time where more than ever before information is available regarding funding, treatments, and legislation for individuals with Special Needs, parents are faced with the daunting challenge of how to choose the best options for their children. The reality that Autism was directly mentioned during a Presidential debate could only mean that positive things are happening!...CLICK HERE to read more of this Article.

Stories of inspiration for kids with special needs


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tories Of Inspiration:

This is a new article section on the stories that warm your heart, give you hope, and put a smile on your face!  Join us a we explore what happens when individual focus on abilities and what they can achieve.  At Connections we believe that we have a responsibility not to the disability but to find, nuture, and grow the abilities of our amazing children!

 

CLICK HERE TO READ STORIES OF INSPIRATION!

 

 


Sensory Processing Disorder: Choosing a Facility: Submitted by Denise Bennett

S
ensory processing disorders can affect children in many different ways. Our ability to effectively process sensory information affects attention, learning, motor skills, language, behavior, and social skills. Issues may be in a single area or in a combination of areas. As a parent begins to suspect that their child has an issue with sensory processing they may begin their search to define the problem through books, internet searches, teachers, and friends. These resources can be helpful in understanding the disorder but may not be as useful in helping the parent to understand what type of facility they should be looking for. Many clinics may state that they treat children with sensory processing issues, but the level of competency can vary greatly from clinic to clinic...CLICK HERE to read more of this Article.

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