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Everything you Need for a Great Memorial Day

Memorial Day typically ushers in the beginning of summer. The weather is great and it is a three-day weekend for many. Some head up to the mountains for camping, while others barbecue. Whatever your plans here are some great suggestions to celebrate this Memorial Day....

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Sensory-Friendly Activities in the Treasure Valley

Are you looking for some fun sensory-friendly activities for your child in the Treasure Valley? We have compiled a list of various activities. Check it out!   Let’s go to the Movies Sensory Friendly Film Country Club Reel Theatre, 4550 Overland Rd, Boise, ID 83704...

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Celebrating your Child with Autism

I remember when my child was first diagnosed with Autism, there was a huge part of me that was relieved. We finally had a name to explain why my son was the way he was. I also remember feeling very unsure of all of our futures. What would this mean for us? What kind...

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Kids, Animals and Speech Therapy

One of the first topics children love to talk about is animals and it’s a fun topic to practice speech and language therapy with. Can we get a dog? Every child wants a fun pet! They come in such different shapes, sizes, and sounds that you can have hours of fun...

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Fun Easter Activities for the Treasure Valley

Sensory-friendly Easter Egg Hunt March 31st 11:00-2:00 Autism Society Treasure Valley River Valley Elementary School in Meridian More info at http://www.asatvc.org/event/sensory-friendly-easter-egg-hunt/   Underwater Easter Egg Hunt March 24th Caldwell Y 3-5 pm...

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Simple Ways to Teach Kids Coping Skills

Growing up can be a struggle for any child, but when a child has developmental or neurological delays it can be very frustrating. Teaching your child how to cope with those frustrations can make them and ultimately your family life happier. Give Words to Their...

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St. Patrick’s Traditions the Whole Family will Love

When my oldest kids were little, the wait between Valentine’s Day and Easter felt really long. It might have just been the long winter. I decided at some point that we needed something to look forward to surviving the wait for Easter and St. Patrick’s day seemed like...

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Struggling with Speech: A Mother’s Perspective

Speech has been a part of my life in one form or another for the last 13 years. I am not a Speech-Language Pathologist, but I have four kids who have been treated for Apraxia of Speech. One has some stuttering problems on top of that and another has...

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