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Understanding Common Sensory Issues in Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects individuals uniquely, and one of the most common challenges faced by people with autism is sensory processing difficulties. In this blog, we’ll explore some of the sensory issues that individuals with autism may encounter, shedding light on the reasons behind their reactions and providing insights for caregivers, families, and educators. […]

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Self Care

Self-care is any activity that we purposefully do in order to take care of our emotional, physical, or mental well-being. While a simple concept, it is often difficult for people to put this into practice.

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UPDATED COVID-19 POLICIES

CWJR is considered an essential service which means the clinic will open on Monday, May 4. The health and safety of our patients remains at the forefront of all that we do. Over the past two months, our staff has undergone intensive training based on CDC recommendations. As a result, CWJR developed intensive cleaning and safety

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1,000 Hours Outside

Finally, a Facebook challenge I can get behind! The 1,000 Hours Outside challenge! This is a new challenge going around Facebook, with encouragement to get kids away from electronics.  This was based, in part, from research showing that the average american child watches 1,200 hours of television per year – that’s just over 3 hours

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