Sleep and Sensory Processing Disorder

Guest post submitted by: Lauren Thomas, Sleep Ninja | S L U M B E R  Y A R D | 100 Washington Street, Suite Lower Level | Reno, NV | Lauren@o.MySlumberYard.com Cover Image: Shutterstock/Natalia Mels The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do notnecessarily reflect the official policy … Continue reading Sleep and Sensory Processing Disorder

Birth Injuries: Myths, Facts, and Stats about Some of America’s Most Unwarranted Conditions

Guest post by: Sokolove Law Team The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do notnecessarily reflect the official policy or position of ENABLE Special Needs Planning. People often hear about “birth injuries” in the news, in local papers, or on social media networks. Given the distinct trauma associated … Continue reading Birth Injuries: Myths, Facts, and Stats about Some of America’s Most Unwarranted Conditions

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How Speech Language Pathologists Help With Communication Disorders

Guest post by: Alina Pierce The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do notnecessarily reflect the official policy or position of ENABLE Special Needs Planning. Communication is an important skill we use in everyday life. It’s how we interact with other people, how we express emotions, and how we … Continue reading How Speech Language Pathologists Help With Communication Disorders

School Year Tips for Students with Learning Disabilities

Guest post by: Jenna Sherman | Parent-leaders.com | jennasherman@parent-leaders.com The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do notnecessarily reflect the official policy or position of ENABLE Special Needs Planning. The upcoming school year is certain to be tough for many students. However, students with learning disabilities are likely … Continue reading School Year Tips for Students with Learning Disabilities