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Transitioning to solid foods is a big and exciting milestone for babies and parents and most times it goes very smoothly. However, at times this may be difficult due to many underlying reasons and especially if the child has sensory issues. The challenges of being unable to transition to solids can mean increased anxiety for the child and family during […]Read more Transitioning to Solids
School holiday times are lots of fun – especially when they involve chocolate, Easter egg hunts, and hot cross buns! But holiday times can be stressful too. Being out of normal routine can be difficult, and at Easter time the house rules can tend to relax a little which causes stress in its own way. Later bedtimes, long car […]Read more Preparing for a Happy Easter
Video games have been around since 1958 when a physicist invented what would become known as the tennis game ‘Pong’. Since then, video games have come a long way both in graphic quality and storytelling, leading to video games currently being the most popular and profitable form of entertainment. There are many varieties of games, […]Read more The Positive Impact of Video Games
People often talk about sleep and how important it is for our body to function, especially brain function. If we have poor sleep for long periods of time, it’s harder to think, concentrate, we lack motivation and make it that much harder to push through our day. Our bodies and minds feel exhausted and it’s […]Read more Sleep and Mental Health
It is important that when a child is learning to understand and use language, we make it as easy as possible for them to do this. Often, when a child is late in learning to talk or is having difficulty follow instructions, they just need a bit of extra help. This is where we can use objects, […]Read more Ways to Use Visual Aids to Help Your Child Understand Language and Communicate
It’s November and trees and decorations are popping up in shopping centres. You may have heard the occasional carol playing too. You know what this means… Christmas is coming! For many people, Christmas lights, carols, delicious food, colourful decorations and lots of social events are some of the best parts of the Christmas season, but for children who have sensory challenges, these [...]Read more Tips to Manage Sensory Overload Throughout the Christmas Season
Real Therapy Solutions COVID Response Strategies Like everyone else, Real Therapy Solutions is adjusting to the new world requirements with COVID 19. Our commitment is to ensure that all our clients receive high-quality support and therapy through, and beyond, this time. Our focus is to ensure we do this in a manner that is safe for our clients, staff and the […]Read more Our COVID Response