Month: January 2015

A Bright Family Table: 3 Ways to Make Food Fun!

By: Amy Foster, Developmental Specialist and Mother of 4 Not every meal with young children is going to be fun. In fact if there are any food allergies, food aversions or chewing, swallowing or nutritional issues – it can be a

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12 Ways to Play with Squigz

Squigz.  Have you heard of these great toys from Fat Brain Toys?  We bought some in December and they have been a HUGE hit at the Brightsong clinic with the children and the therapists.  These toys are made of silicone

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A Bright Family Table: Make Your Own Meals

As mentioned in “Ten Resolutions,” involving your child in the prep and cooking process can increase their willingness to try new things. I love “make your own” meals and try to do this once a week. With eight hands helping

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What To Do When You’re Concerned About Your Child

By: Amy Foster, M.S.Ed., Developmental Specialist and Mother of 4 When you notice that your child is not developing or behaving like his peers, instinct is to reassure yourself that every child is different and develops at his or her

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