Helpful Products

Mosaic Weighted Blankets

Weighted blankets can help ease anxiety, insomnia and stress. They can make it easier for children to fall asleep. A great product for children with ADHD, Anxiety, Sensory Processing Disorder or Autism.

Room to Play

This resource is especially for my Canadian friends in British Columbia. Room to play offers help reorganizing your home, school or office. The owners have over 30 years of experience in schools, organizing materials, toys and games. What a creative and useful service! Learn more at roomtoplay.ca

Online Programs

CRUSH ANXIETY COURSE FROM ANXIOUS TODDLERS

Turnaround Anxiety Program

This is a program designed to help children who are dealing with all sorts of anxiety. It's kid friendly and has resources not only for kids but support for parents too.

Positive Parenting Solutions

Give Fear the Boot! KIDS Online Anxiety Recovery Program

This program is designed for parents and kids

  • Over 20 videos, print-outs and audio files you can access immediately to get your kids on the path to being anxiety free!
  • In depth videos for parents to learn exactly what you need to do to help your kids feel better. 
  • Kids friendly videos featuring Lily Aman
  • Private Facebook group for support!

Watch free video 7 ways to help your kids with anxiety Free here GiveFeartheBootKIDS.com

Educational Resources

SightWords.com

An online educational resource for parents. They have a great curriculum for teaching phonemic awareness. It can also be tailored to work with children who have special needs. The website is a wonderful support too.

Other Resources

Courtsystem.org 

This resource was brought to my attention by one of my readers. This site has listings for all emergency, legal and law enforcement government offices in the United States.  and I wanted to make sure it was included on this page.

NEW Parents Guide To Healthy Sleep

This guide from Tuck Sleep Foundation has comprehensive expert sleep hygiene information for parents with kids of all ages - newborns through teenage years.  Their resources have been featured on NPR and TedEd, as well as referenced by organizations like the ADAA and the American Sleep Apnea Association.