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How to have a Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween! Halloween is one of my absolute favorite holidays, but for parents of children with special needs – it can often be more trick than treat. If your holiday was a little stressful, and you are looking for tips for next year’s escapades, you have come to the right place! Finding a costume Costumes can be itchy, tight, and frankly very dysregulating for all children. Finding a costume that any child is happy with can be a challenge, then add some sensory processing issues on top, and costume shopping can be a nightmare. Keep it simple – instead of buying spandex and sequin-drenched costumes from the party store, try and find similar items at a local thrift shop. A simple yellow

5 Fall Music and Movement Activities

It feels like forever since my last blog post! I took a break this summer to transition into full-time private practice and I couldn’t be happier with the decision! Now that I’m getting all my ducks back in their rows, I will be sharing posts much more consistently. Check back every other Tuesday for new posts from me on all things music, autism, and more! Now, for today’s blog post… Fall is in full swing here in Chicago, and I thought it was high time I shared some music and movement activities to use at home, in the classroom or in therapy sessions. I have shared posts like this in the past for both Winter and Spring time. If you would like more posts like this, let me know in the comments

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