A Sensory-Sensitive Holiday´┐╝

For most of us, the holidays bring joy and laughter. For children with sensory processing disorder (SPD) or sensory needs, the holidays can be an absolute nightmare! A child with SPD will have trouble receiving information that is coming through their 5 senses (or 6! if we count movement). Their brain becomes overwhelmed with processingContinue reading “A Sensory-Sensitive Holiday´┐╝”

Back to School Post Covid-19: College Students

Welcome to the third and final part in my back-to-school series. This week, I will be focusing on college students. It has been an unfortunate year for all college students. Many Freshman students did not get to enjoy their full college experience, with some starting college completely virtual and others coming home abruptly after theirContinue reading “Back to School Post Covid-19: College Students”

A Word on Violence Against Asians

On Tuesday, March 16, eight people were shot and killed in targeted attacks in massage parlors in Atlanta. Six of the victims were Asian and seven of the victims were women. To be honest, I had been tuning out of current events lately from emotional exhaustion. I try to stay on top of recent newsContinue reading “A Word on Violence Against Asians”