Developmental Delays

Vitamin D Deficiency
Vitamin D Deficiency

Increasing amounts of research (see Sources & References, below) point to a vitamin D deficiency as being linked...

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Prism Lenses
Prism Lenses

The use of prism lenses for behavioral and learning problems goes back to the 1970’s when optometric pioneers began...

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What’s for Breakfast?
What’s for Breakfast?

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! We’ve all heard that maxim. Manage Glucose Levels What is a “good”...

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Digestive Enzymes
Digestive Enzymes

by Kelly Dorfman, MS, LND Children diagnosed with developmental delays have a high rate of digestive pathology....

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Bal-A-Vis-X
Bal-A-Vis-X

Adapted from Bal-A-Vis-X by Bill Hubert Imagine a room full of eager 7th graders in pairs all performing the same...

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Autism Play
Autism Play

by Rebecca Klaw, M.S., M.Ed. As every reader knows, the child at play is not idle or aimless, boring or bored, or...

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Yoga for Children
Yoga for Children

Why yoga for children? Ten years ago we were asking that question about martial arts. Now there are classes for...

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Neurological Symptoms
Neurological Symptoms

The following symptoms indicate that a child may be impacted neurologically. Gut dysbiosis and immune dysregulation...

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Pragmatic Language
Pragmatic Language

Joanne Hanson, MS, CCC-SLP helps us understand why pragmatic language skills are necessary for social skills....

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Child Malnutrition
Child Malnutrition

by Kelly Dorfman, MS, LND Child malnutrition is often associated with the image of a thin, forlorn child with a...

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Pesticide Risks
Pesticide Risks

This article is condensed with permission from Pesticides and You, the quarterly publication of Beyond...

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