The Dos and Don'ts of Treating Learning Disabilities

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The Dos and Don'ts of Treating Learning Disabilities

When my youngest child was diagnosed with a learning disability, I immediately started looking for everything I could learn about it. I knew that there was a lot of information available about the disability, but I found a lot of conflicting information about what works and does not work in dealing with the disability. I talked to a few other parents and they were left feeling the same confusion I was. I started this blog to help other parents understand what treatment options are available and what has and has not worked. I hope that by sharing this information, other families will get the help they need.


3 Important Things To Consider When Looking For Child Care

As a parent, you may not always be able to watch your child. Whether it's because of work or school, you need someone to care for your child. In order to find the right care for them, these things are important to consider Day-Care Centers vs. Babysitters The first thing you should think about is if you want your child to be put in a day-care center, or if you want them to be taken care of by a babysitter. Read More 

What Your Child’s Preschool Teacher Isn’t Telling You

Parents choose to enroll their children in a preschool program for a variety reasons, whether it is to care for their children during work hours, or simply for the education and social interaction that preschool provides. Preschool teachers have a very important job, as they care for and teach children during a key developmental period of childhood.  There are some surprising facts that you may not know about the person who is helping shape your child during these formative years. Read More 

Easy Ideas For Sensory Play At Daycare

When children use their senses to explore, they are learning and retaining information.  Sensory activities are very beneficial for young children because they help develop skills they will use forever. Children develop cognitive, linguistic, social/emotional, fine motor and creative skills through sensory play.  The messier, the better!  Incorporating sensory activities at day care like Triple R Child Care should be a priority for teachers and providers.  Infants Very young infants should be exposed to sensory experiences. Read More