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Oops! When “Autism” isn’t an Autistic Disorder: Hyperlexia and Einstein Syndrome


Children who read early (hyperlexia) or speak late (Einstein Syndrome) have something in common...

6 Steps to Take If ADHD Medication Isn’t Working for Your Child

Are the meds working, here are 6 things to consider.


Living with a Severe Food Allergy: A psychological perspective


What is the impact on social and family life, when a child is diagnosed with severe food allergy?


Interoception: The Eighth Sensory System

A lesser-known sense that helps you understand and feel what's going on inside your body.

Understanding Hypotonia (Low Muscle Tone)

Hypotonia is a medical word for low muscle tone...

Coping with Slow Processing speed at Home or in School


Thinking about Bad Behaviour as Lagging in Important Thinking Skills


Sometimes the demands being placed on a kid exceed his capacity to respond adaptively...

Late Bloomers: Waiting Rarely Works

Late bloomers are rare; skill deficits are almost always what prevent children from blooming.


Internet Incontinence and Other Daytime Disasters


Daytime or nighttime incontinence can be embarrassing.


What does a Depressed Child look like?


Depression isn’t normally an illness that we associate with kids, but it should be.


“She Always Gags!” - Understanding a persistent gag reflex in Feeding


Food is no longer fun to eat when you put it in your mouth and all of a sudden...

Understanding Girls with ADHD: Symptoms and Strategies


Girls with ADHD often suffer in silence - and remain undiagnosed.

What is Sensory Processing Disorder? And does it have a connection to ADHD.

Do loud noises, sticky fingers, and tags on clothes send your child into a tailspin?

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