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Children and COVID-19: 5 Tips to Encourage Wearing Masks

The Coronavirus pandemic is changing our world in ways that we never imagined. The virus was non-existent in the human population less than a year ago. As parents and caregivers, we are tasked with protecting our children and ourselves from this often baffling and sometimes fatal illness. CDC Guidelines emphasize that people over the age […]

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Creating a Self-Calming Plan for your Child

Mental health problems in children are often misdiagnosed or not taken seriously, but especially with the prolonged isolation of quarantine, it’s never been more important. Small tantrums are often the result of a minor setback or frustration that a young mind cannot otherwise deal with or express. Recurring tantrums and bouts of anger can be […]

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The Anatomy of a Meltdown and How to Treat It

The emotional and physical explosion that makes up a meltdown is difficult for you, but for little ones, they’re pretty exhausting. Consider just how difficult it can be for you, as an adult, to get past disappointment or frustration. Now imagine being a little kid without perspective or developmental tools to understand a frustrating situation. […]

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Parent Testimonial: How Infinite Therapy Solutions Empowers Families

Choosing a therapy center for your children can be so overwhelming. At Infinite Therapy Solutions, we are with you every step of the way to ensure success at home, school, and with friends. We are well-known in the Bayonne and West Orange communities for excellent relationships with educators, pediatricians, and other childhood professionals. Our combined […]

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Parent Tips for Helping Children Cope During COVID-19

Guiding your kids through the chaos of a pandemic was likely the last thing on your mind a year ago. Helping children cope with changes resulting from the COVID-19 crisis (as you grapple with those same changes) can be an extremely daunting and difficult task. There’s incredible stress in juggling jobs, parenting, and family health […]

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The Importance of Self-Care for Caregivers

Your day starts at around 6:00am. You struggle to keep your 3 kids occupied while you conduct two Zoom meetings. Your mother, whose assisted living is on lockdown, is lonely and also needs to get to a medical appointment. You struggle to provide reassurance to your kids as they ask unending questions about the pandemic, […]

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How can I help my child with expressive language disorder?

Children learn from an early age that the easiest way to get our attention is through their voice. Usually this progresses from general crying to more focused expressive language but often children have difficulties. These can be short-term or chronic, but expressive language development is sometimes simply not linear. Expressive language ability involves multiple layers […]

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3 Ways to Help Autistic Children Adjust to Changes In Their Routine

If a change in routine causes anxiety in your child, it can be difficult for them to readjust. Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often require stability and routine to manage daily challenges. Routine can make them feel comforted and in control. However, sometimes major changes can’t be avoided. Here, we’ll dive into 3 ways […]

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Why Having The Right Equipment for Pediatric Therapy Is Important

There are many factors to therapy, one of them being the space your child expereinces. Large spaces can be detrimental to some therapy plans, especially if you are dealing with children who get overwhelmed easily. The therapy room layout is more important than the actual size of the room. With pediatric therapy, having the right […]

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5 Tips for Parenting a Child with Special Needs

Parenting a child with special needs is certainly a joyful, busy and rewarding job but sometimes it cannot be done alone. No two children are alike, and you can’t expect each day to follow a blueprint or each milestone to fall into place like bricks in a path. Your child and their needs are unique, […]

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