Tag: learning disabilities


Music Therapy: Study Says Music Key for Non-Verbal Children and Children with Speech and Language Delays Speech

Music Therapy: Study Says Music Key for Non-Verbal Children and Children with Speech and Language Delays This article contains information regarding music therapy and how it helps improve learning disorders and academics. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. To learn more about Music Therapy, complete the form below. The concept for using music as a form of healing dates back to the times of...

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Special needs children: 5 ways to help their physical literacy flourish Physical Literacy

Special needs children: 5 ways to help their physical literacy flourish Guest Post Jennifer Pinarski Edmonton’s Amanda Ebert is an adapted physical activity consultant at University of Alberta’s Steadward Centre. Her best days at work are those in which she uncovers inaccuracies.“My favourite is when assumptions are challenged and proven wrong,” says Ebert. “These could be assumptions held by students, community leaders, parents, children, and...

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Magna Tiles for Hand-eye Coordination, Problem Solving, Sensory Issues and Motor Planning Development

Magna-Tiles for Hand-eye Coordination, Problem Solving, Sensory Issues and Motor Planning This article discusses how Magna Tiles help children with hand-eye coordination, sensory issues and other learning aspects. Affiliate links are included for your convenience.  When children come to our center, parents often ask what types of educational toys they can provide their children at home to further their learning development. We have so many wonderful...

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Primitive Reflexes: Reasons Behind Why My Child has Sensory Issues, Poor Balance, and Developmental Delays Development

Primitive Reflexes: Reasons Behind Why My Child has Sensory Issues, Poor Balance, and Developmental Delays This article contains information regarding retained primitive reflexes. Affiliate links are included for your convenience.  Here at Integrated Learning Strategies, we have spent a great deal of time and research on primitive reflexes. With each new article, we have learned more about the primitive reflexes and the possibilities of retained...

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Top to Bottom Brain-Building Exercises for Organization and Emotional Grounding Development

Top to Bottom Brain-Building Exercises for Organization and Emotional Grounding This article contains top to bottom exercises for helping your child with emotional grounding and organization. Affiliate links are included for your convenience.  Many children who have learning challenges sometimes struggle with organization, emotional grounding, difficulties with behavior and high-anxiety. There are even those students who are academically advanced, but their emotions are difficult for...

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Mixed Dominance: Dr. Attributes Not Choosing a Right or Left Hand to Learning Disorders Development

Mixed Dominance: Dr. Attributes Not Choosing a Right or Left Hand to Learning Disorders This article contains information regarding mixed dominance and how it can cause learning disorders in children. It’s not uncommon to hear stories from older people who are left-handed about schools trying to make them write with their right hands. We didn’t understand hand or brain dominance back then. They just knew that...

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VESTIBULAR: Best Vestibular and Hand-Eye Coordination Tools for Sensory Integration Development

Vestibular Toys and Hand-eye Coordination Toys This article provides vestibular toys for better learning development. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Providing your child with certain toys can help them learn. Many of these items can improve your child’s vestibular, gross motor skills, tactile, sensory, proprioception and hand-eye coordination. As we improve your child’s balance and coordination, focus and attention, visual system and core muscle with these...

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Why Weighted Lap Pads are used for Tactile Defensiveness and Sensory Integration Sensory

Why Weighted Lap Pads are used for Tactile Defensiveness and Sensory Integration This article provides information regarding the benefits of weighted lap pads for sensory integration. Affiliate links are included for your convenience.  If you have a child with sensory issues or other learning challenges, they may benefit from using weighted items like weighted blankets and weighted lap pads for sensory integration, emotional grounding and...

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HIDDEN ALLERGIES: Cause for Disruptive Behavior, Sensory Issues and Poor Retention? Medical

Hidden Allergies: Cause for Disruptive Behavior, Sensory Issues and Poor Retention? This article contains information regarding allergies and how they may affect learning and behavior. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. The number of children diagnosed with learning and behavioral disorders astounds me. According to Healthline 6.4 million American children have been diagnosed with ADHD. There’s been a 42 percent increase in cases in...

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Plantar Reflex: Reasons why my Child may be a Toe Walker and has Poor Balance and Coordination Development

Plantar Reflex: Reasons why my Child may be a Toe Walker and has Poor Balance and Coordination This article contains information regarding a retained Plantar reflex and retained Babinski reflex. Affiliate links are included for your convenience.  Imagine for a moment what it would be like to find discomfort or even pain every time your feet hit the floor. The pressure you apply with each...

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