10 Things Kids Say That Indicate Your Child Is Anxious (and How To Help Them Manage Their Anxiety)

10 Things Kids Say That Indicate Your Child Is Anxious (and How To Help Them Manage Their Anxiety)

Written By Deb Hopper, Occupational Therapist Anxiety can show up in a myriad of ways and many children slip under the radar, go untreated, and are often misunderstood by their parents, teachers and peers. Often children’s anxiety symptoms are misunderstood as “behavioural” issues. Being clingy, complaining, vigilant, or reacting or hitting peers on the playground

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Helping Kids With Anxiety

As adults, we all imagine that kids are carefree and have nothing to worry about.  Helping kids with anxiety is a really important tool to have in your parenting toolbox.  Some kids have a constant level of anxiety and others experience situational anxiety.  Check out this article on anxiety in kids. Sometimes we can have

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Identifying Sensory Issues that Impact Learning in the Classroom

Identifying Sensory Issues that Impact Learning in the Classroom

Written By Deb Hopper, Occupational Therapist Sensory issues that impact learning Teaching in classrooms can be challenging, but also can be extremely rewarding. There is such a mix of students these days with learning disabilities, diagnoses including autism, ADHD, other developmental difficulties, kids with trauma and a history of abuse, other behavioural difficulties, as well

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