Posts Tagged ‘special needs’
Top 5 Strength Exercises for Down Syndrome
Today’s post will tell you some of the basic, yet most beneficial, strength exercises for Down syndrome. But before that, let’s first dive into what Down syndrome is and why strength training is very important. Down syndrome is a genetic condition that affects 1 in every 700 babies born in the U each year. Children…Read More
The Benefits of Exercise for Autism: Mind & Body
When it comes to autism exercise, reaping the physical benefits is just the tip of the iceberg. Read on and find out how exercise develops the mind of those in the autistic spectrum disorder. Disability or not, exercise has a lot of health benefits. It helps strengthen the body. It’s the key for strong bones.…Read More
Physical Fitness Exercise Program for Cerebral Palsy
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), cerebral palsy (CP) is the most common motor disability among children. The Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network (ADDM) estimates that about one in every 345 children is diagnosed with CP which makes cerebral palsy exercises very important to help support their motor skills and…Read More
Top 10 Sensory Gym Equipment for Autism and Special Needs
For some people, a sensory gym is simply a “playroom” for kids. Gyms like these look like they are made more efficient with kid-friendly equipment. But that’s where most people get it wrong. For children with autism and special needs, a sensory gym is a place to enjoy and play without stress. It’s not only…Read More
Top 10 Social Skill Activities for Autism to Help with Sensory Issues in Children
Sensory issues are often a problem among children with autism. Because of these, kids with autism either become hypersensitive (over-responsive) or hyposensitive (under-responsive). This affects how they respond to a wide range of stimuli that other children respond to on a daily basis. These sensory issues often affect their social skills. This is the…Read More
What Are the Major Benefits of an Autism Certificate and Does It Provide a Successful Career?
With an autism certificate, you can find a successful career as an autism spectrum disorder specialist. An autism spectrum disorder authority is an extraordinary sort of applied conduct examiner who works with youngsters and grown-ups who have been determined to have autism. These experts may work in an instructive setting or with gatherings of…Read More
What Does an Autism Spectrum Disorder Specialist Do for Your Special Child?
On the off chance that your youngster has an autism spectrum disorder or ASD, you need to exploit the same number of assets as you can. One of those fundamental devices is an autism spectrum disorder pro. These prepared and guaranteed specialist co-ops work all around schools to help kids (and grown-ups) with…Read More
Top 5 Tips for Special Needs during CV19
Top 5 Tips for Special Needs during CV19 Recent studies have shown that those who have special needs have been adversely affected by the recent outbreak of COVID-19. This apparent respiratory virus is known to cause fevers and breathing issues among those who have been diagnosed. Unfortunately, those with intellectual disabilities and other special needs…Read More
Wondering How to Start A Fitness Franchise? Here Are the Guidelines
Much like your personal workout routine, starting a fitness franchise can be a lot of work. However, it can also be one of the most rewarding industries to enter. You aren’t just helping individuals achieve their wellness objectives, you’re helping them to lead more active and beneficial lives. Here’s how to start a fitness franchise, the…Read More
Is Franchising A Gym A Good Idea For A Profitable Business?
When you ask, “Is franchising a gym a good idea for a profitable business?” you could be asking two different questions: one, “Will franchising a gym become a profitable business” or two, “Is franchising a gym smart if you already have a profitable business?” The answer to both questions is yes — if you play…Read More
Night to Shine: Tebow’s Special Needs Ministry
Through our special needs resources blogs, we’ve worked to showcase other organizations working to service the special needs community. We jump at the chance to spotlight movements that help those with special needs and serve God simultaneously. A company founded on Christian values ourselves, we appreciate the effort that professional athlete Tim Tebow has made…Read More
What Is the Best Gym Franchise to Own in the US?
How much does it cost to start a gym franchise? Investment is key here: from the start-up costs to the equipment and the employees and clients who will visit your gym franchise every day. Starting a gym franchise is a big step in running your own business – but if you are passionate about…Read More
How to Buy a Gym Franchise in Your Budget
In this day and age, buying into a gym franchise is a great business decision – and it is a great ethical decision as well, being that it supports the health and wellness of the general population. There are several things to consider that can add up. Here’s how to buy a gym franchise in…Read More
How Much to Own a Gym Franchise for Steady Profit?
Owning a gym franchise is an exciting business, from promoting the health and fitness of your gym members to providing special ways to support the community’s overall well-being. Getting started with, or even doing some restructuring around your gym franchise’s business model to achieve the best possible profit can be difficult. Here’s how much to…Read More
How Much to Buy into a Gym Franchise to Earn Good Profit?
So, you’ve decided to invest in a gym franchise. Congratulations! Now you might be wondering, how much should you buy into a gym franchise to earn good profit? Whether you are at the beginning of your research, or ready to talk numbers, there are a few key things to keep in mind to make your…Read More
Educational Advocates and Consultants, LLC: Lisa Carelli-Lang
Special Strong is giving local businesses a platform to share how their services can make a difference for people with special needs. This service provider is Educational Advocates and Consultants, LLC. About Educational Advocates and Consultants, LLC EACLLC provides consultation and advocacy services to parents of students with special needs who are not currently identified by their local…Read More
Are Autism and ADHD Linked?
Special Strong is the leading innovator in the industry for adaptive and inclusive fitness. Start a rewarding career by owning an adaptive gym franchise with no prior experience required. Watch our story here: https://youtu.be/NSwGIPSu7NQ If you’ve ever stopped to think about it, then you’ve probably noticed quite a few similarities between ADHD and Autism. We’ve actually…Read More
What Does Autism Feel Like?
If you have autism, it can be difficult to help those who are “neurotypical” (NT) understand what you’re going through. On the one hand, you shouldn’t have to explain yourself; society should accept you exactly as you are, without you having to change your behavior. However, society is run by NT people, so it…Read More
Where to Volunteer for Special Needs
Organizations, companies, teams, and other groups that work with individuals with special needs often need outside help to achieve their goals. With that in mind, there is no shortage of places to volunteer for special needs. We’ll start this blog by identifying specific organizations and businesses where to volunteer for special needs in Dallas,…Read More
What Can People With Special Needs Do
People with special needs are often viewed by what they “can’t” do. However, it’s important to note, just because an activity is more difficult for someone than others, that doesn’t mean people with special needs can’t do something. We’ve outlined a few activities and mentioned famous people with special needs who have done them…Read More
How to Explain Special Needs to a Child
Talking to children about special needs may seem tricky, but children understand more than we give them credit for. They’re very observant, taking in everything around them, regardless of their cognitive ability. Your child — whether they themselves have special needs or not — may come to you with questions about disabilities, and it’s…Read More