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Anne Laure Jackson

Self-Care Chronicles – Bathing

Self-Care Chronicles: Bathing Bath-time is one of those things that can look lovely in pictures. Seeing a child enjoying a rubber ducky covered in bubbles or running around in an animal shaped towel just after getting clean—these are the things that sell the best soap. Reality, however, is full of tantrums and the mess of

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Anne Laure Jackson

Self-Care Chronicles – Brushing teeth

Self-Care Chronicles: Brushing Teeth Welcome to another entry into the Self-Care Chronicles. Today we will talk about brushing teeth and oral hygiene for people with sensory processing issues. Making sure to care for even these small areas can improve many other aspects of your loved ones life. In Matthew 23:26 Jesus says, ““Blind Pharisee! First

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Anne Laure Jackson

Self-Care Chronicles – Getting Dressed

Self-Care Chronicles: Getting Dressed No matter the age, getting dressed for a child can be a hassle. Oftentimes children, in general, are particular or afraid of the routine. Then add sensory processing issues and getting dressed together: now we have a bigger problem that can last into adulthood. If you’ve ever caught yourself cutting tags

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Anne Laure Jackson

Self-Care Chronicles – Toileting

Self-Care Chronicles: Potty Training and Toileting Perhaps you knew that potty-training was going to be an issue. For any parent is can be discouraging to watch those Pinterest-perfect mothers successfully train their children to potty on their own in such a short amount of time. It can feel disheartening to be in a busy market, reaching

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Anne Laure Jackson

Self-Care Chronicles: Nutrition and Eating for Sensory Issues

Self-Care Chronicles: Nutrition and Eating for Sensory Issues In this article: We explore foods known to reduce sensory meltdowns and why they work, as well as helpful strategies to promote independent feeding and healthy eating habits among children, teens, and adults with sensory processing issues.  Eating is a Full Sensory Experience “Then Noah built an

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Anne Laure Jackson

Self-Care Chronicles: Menstruation for Girls with Sensory Issues

Self-Care Chronicles: Menstruation for Girls with Sensory Issues In this article: Begin to realise the world of menstruating with sensory issues and how to help your loved one cope with the body’s monthly routine. We will discuss tips for easing symptoms as well as promoting good personal hygiene for young girls with sensory issues learning

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Anne Laure Jackson

Visual Timetables

Oh how I wish I had known about visual timetables when our children first arrived!  Then, they were just a rather technical phrase for something used by therapists and social workers for non-verbal children on the autistic spectrum…surely not relevant to us?  So we struggled on without them for years. I had no idea how

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