• Sensory Processing

    January 27, 2021

    This week’s tip comes from the Seaver Autism Center for Research and Treatment at Mount Sinai! We all have our own sensory preferences. You can help your patients and their families feel more at ease by considering each child’s unique sensory needs. Some children display heightened sensitivity, or hyperreactivity, to the world around them, while…Read More

  • Q & A: Head Banging

    January 13, 2021

    This week we’re answering a question from one of our subscribers! Q: What information can I give parents about head banging? What can they do about it? At what point does it become a concern of safety or need for further intervention? A: As is true for many aspects of behavior and development, any parental concern…Read More

  • Signs of Readiness around Toilet Training

    January 6, 2021

    One of the most common questions parents may ask you beginning around 18 months of age, is when should a child potty train. Here are a few helpful tips for what you can say to prepare families in these early visits: Most children are physically, cognitively and emotionally ready between the ages of 2 and…Read More