Our therapists shared some of their favorite books for children, teens, parents or anyone who wants to better understand the unique challenges faced by people with special needs.
Not being able to see the people you love is hard. Here are a few new ways to connect and have a little fun with your family and friends.
If your child struggles with bedtime, here a few ideas to help with the transition and to ensure he or she sleeps better.
It can be hard to know if what you’re facing is sadness, depression or it’s time to reach out for help.
Fraser Occupational Therapist Gina Gibson answers some questions about what occurs during a typical Pediatric Therapy telehealth session.
Here are some tips from Fraser mental health professionals, so parents can manage their time, while helping children with both special and typical needs do their schoolwork.
Here are some easy resistance activities to help prevent meltdowns and calm and soothe children (and adults) of all abilities.
Many people are familiar with the term “autism spectrum disorder.” But many may not understand why autism is considered a spectrum.
The coronavirus pandemic has placed us in uncertain times. People are getting sick and facing job and financial losses. While many of us are worried about our physical health, taking care of our mental health is important too.