If you have a child or know an individual with Down Syndrome, you are familiar with their unique characteristics. While they do develop more slowly than neurotypical children, they nevertheless are typically able to reach developmental milestones.
Sound intervention training can be done both supervised in-office or at-home. While the convenience of at-home intervention is appealing to a lot of parents, many considerations come into play in order to make a well-informed decision.
Learning emotional regulation can be one of the most challenging aspects of childhood. When children experience big, intense emotions, they often don’t know what to do with those feelings. And thus, their reactions can show themselves as behavior that, to an outside observer, may appear out of proportion to what is actually going on.
Suffering from sensory processing disorder can be a very frightening experience, especially for a small child. Not only that, but research into the disorder is majorly lacking and diagnosis is controversial. However, the Tomatis Method has shown promising results. How can it be used in combination with other therapy?
The diagnosis of autism disorder can devastate parents. There are so many questions and so few answers. What do you do now? Where do you to turn for treatment? Autism Disorder Symptoms Autism disorder, also known as autism spectrum disorder, is a neurological and developmental disorder that affects the way a person interacts, communicates, behaves, [...]
Misophonia, meaning “hatred of sounds,” describes a mysterious illness in which some people feel extreme anger, anxiety, and even panic attacks upon hearing normally harmless sounds. Sounds that trigger this irritation can be: slurping, sniffing, humming, chewing knuckle cracking gum snapping breathing clicking, as from a keyboard rustling papers ticking clocks plastic breaking or crinkling [...]