Book Review: It’s Okay to Be Different

Check out inspiring children’s author, Todd Parr’s Book, “It’s Okay to Be Different”! All of us look different, talk different, and act different but sometimes it is hard for us to know that that is okay. Todd Parr tries to teach children and parents alike in his book that it is okay to be different. […]

Book Review: The Black Book of Colours

Check out the wonderful and innovative book, The Black Book of Colours by Menena Cotton and Rosana Faria!  Immerse yourself in Cotton’s and Faria’s world of colours in this new innovative book. Cotton and Faria introduce children to their colours, not through the “look” of the colours but through how they “feel”. In this book the pages are […]

Touch, Smell, Taste, Hear, See: Exploring the senses in Snozelean Rooms!

Snozelean rooms! Snozelean rooms are a great resource for parents to use for their child with special needs. The specific materials included in these rooms vary based on the site, however there are a wide variety of them in the GTA. These places are great for children who require sensory stimulation in order to relax. […]

Money, Money, Money!: Navigating the world of Funding

Money! Something so simple is often so hard to find. Oftentimes, having a child with a special need requires parents to pay for many extra costs. The reasons definitely vary. Parents search for funding for different reasons such as specific programs such as speech and language pathology sessions, summer camp programs, respite programs, speciality foods/medications […]