• Back To School Part 1- Making New Friends

    The theme of this past week at the office was of course BACK TO SCHOOL! Between focusing on the positives of going back to school to breathing and relaxing practice to help with anxiety to tips to … [Continue]

    Back To School Part 1- Making New Friends
  • Riley, the therapy dog

    We are thrilled to introduce you to our very newest and probably most-loved member at Family Learning Solutions! Riley joined us here in the fall of 2015.  Riley is a whoodle - a wheaten … [Continue]

    Riley, the therapy dog
  • Social Apps

      Social Apps for ADHD Use summertime to bolster up weaker areas .  These apps can fill in some of those social needs your child may have and it's a fun way to do so! Without daily interaction with … [Continue]

    Social Apps
  • Sibshop

    We currently do not have any Sibshops scheduled but if you are interested, please call our office and we will add you to our wait list. We hope to offer more of these in the future. The bigger our … [Continue]

  • Behavior And IEP’s

    Check out this article from The Special Ed Advocate newsletter. There are more articles as well on IEPs and behavior problems. http://www.wrightslaw.com/howey/iep.special.factors.htm … [Continue]

    Behavior And IEP’s
  • Summer Camp Info

    CARD at UCF is offering the following summer camps. Several are based on Michelle Garcia's Social Thinking curriculum. This is excellent stuff and I highly recommend looking up the Social Thinking … [Continue]

    Summer Camp Info
  • Video Games

    For children with social difficulties, whether it be Autism, Asperger’s, ADHD, Gifted, and so on, there are some ways that parents can help improve social skills. This applies to any child, typical or … [Continue]

    Video Games
  • Reassurance

    Remind them that over 400 children WERE safe because of the teachers’ quick actions, and that their teacher’s and parents’ jobs are to keep them safe. Stress the importance of listening to their … [Continue]

  • In Defense of Asperger’s Syndrome

    As a mental health counselor and a former teacher, I feel compelled to comment on last month’s tragic events at Sandy Hook Elementary for many reasons. I work with many children/adolescents with … [Continue]

    In Defense of Asperger’s Syndrome
  • Social Skills

    Social skills such as making conversations, maintaining friendships, joining in, playing games, attending to and working with a partner, being a good sport, and working collaboratively do not come … [Continue]

    Social Skills
  • Insurance

    We currently are providers for the following insurance plans: Blue Cross/Blue Shield CMS Value Options We do offer reasonable private pay options, especially with our interns. … [Continue]

  • Sibshops®

    Groups held throughout the year Sibshops® is a fun-filled, interactive experience designed to affirm and support siblings ages 8-12, of those with special needs. Based on the national model, … [Continue]

  • Mental Health Counseling

    Therapy services to address a multitude of emotional needs for children and adults. We prefer and use a cognitive-behavioral approach primarily with play therapy techniques for children incorporated … [Continue]

    Mental Health Counseling