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2 Ways to Support Children’s Sensory Breaks Without Overwhelm

2 Ways to Support Children’s Sensory Breaks Without Overwhelm

Children need the same sensory breaks, but how are we supposed to encourage them to take them if they won’t hear our voices or let us guide them to what they need? Instead of talking to them, show them!
What Is Sensory Diet?

What Is Sensory Diet?

A sensory diet is not unlike a regular food diet. The body requires food in order to function in life. The sensory system also requires input in order to function in life...
New Partnership With The Autism Dad

New Partnership With The Autism Dad

We have such an amazing announcement to make! We have partnered with The Autism Dad to be the sponsor for Season Two of his podcast...
AdoptAClassroom.org Partnership and the Inclusive Classroom Fund

AdoptAClassroom.org Partnership and the Inclusive Classroom Fund

Have you dreamed of a way to help your classroom or your child's classroom? Well, this is why LakiKid partners with the nationwide AdoptAClassroom.org on the Inclusive Classroom Fund. The program helps both special education teachers and regular education teachers get items they need for their classrooms...
Support For The Forgotten Parents

Support For The Forgotten Parents

Are you one of the forgotten parents of children with autism? You know who you are. You'd probably too familiar with the forgotten feeling of everything it takes...
Halloween Safety For Children With Autism

Halloween Safety For Children With Autism

With Halloween quickly approaching, it's time to prepare our children for a night of fun. For some, this means staying in, away from all the festive activities. If you and your child still want to celebrate outdoor, here are some tips to help them enjoy...
The Challenges of Family With Low-Functioning Autism

The Challenges of Family With Low-Functioning Autism

We often hear people say they are sad because their child has the type of autism that no one talks about. But what about all of that autism awareness? Yes, it is amazing but it does not show the true struggles of those with severe autism nor the struggles their caregivers go through...
Autism In Girls vs Boys

Autism In Girls vs Boys

Did you know that autism in boys is very different than autism in girls? First of all, boys are five times more likely to be diagnosed than girls. When in 1 in 59 children are diagnosed with autism that makes it a big deal...
What Is High-Functioning Autism?

What Is High-Functioning Autism?

We all know that autism is a spectrum disorder. Today, we are going to dive deeper and focus on high functioning autism. High functioning generally refers to those who can talk, read, write and handle basic life skills, such as eating and dressing themselves. Some are even able to live independently...
Living With Autism: Sensory Seeker vs Sensory Avoider

Living With Autism: Sensory Seeker vs Sensory Avoider

Do you ever wonder what life is like for your child? Do you wonder what living with autism is like? First, I want you to remember that autism is a spectrum and no two people are alike. So how people react to the world around them is very different. We also have two general types: one is the seeker and the other is known as the avoider.
What is ADD & ADHD?

What is ADD & ADHD?

Have you ever heard of ADD or ADHD and wondered what all those letters mean? Sometimes our kids' diagnosis sounds like alphabet soup. But knowing what they mean and understanding what they are honestly make it so much easier.
What Is Sensory Processing Disorder?

What Is Sensory Processing Disorder?

I remember the first time I heard SPD. I had no idea what it was and what it meant. I then learned it was short form for Sensory Processing Disorder, formerly known as Sensory Integration Disorder. But what does all that mean and how does it affect my child?
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