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4Feb, 2018

What’s so important about play?

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By definition, child creative play is child-led. It is a series of choices and constructs initiated by the child. The desire to play to not unique to humans; it is observed across diverse species throughout evolution.[1] According to Dr. Doris Bergen,[2] as reported in the Journal of Early Childhood Research and Practice:[3] “There is a growing body of evidence [...]

3Mar, 2017

PunkinFutz Launches Next Generation Sensory Play System

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NEW YORK, Feb. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- PunkinFutz announces today the launch of its innovative, child-centric, sensory play system, including six new products intended for children ages 4 to 12. PunkinFutz, newly-launched in September 2016, is a United States-based designer and producer of children's accessories, toys and clothing and is focused on the social, emotional, educational and therapeutic [...]

21Nov, 2016

Saying Thank You

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“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.” -- Marcus Tullius Cicero When my daughter was young, we had an interaction we would repeat any time she had to deal with unpleasant medical tests or procedures. I would say to her, “What’s our FIRST priority?” To which she would answer, “Keep me [...]

5Nov, 2016

Scheduling Fun

By |November 5th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

The first time I heard it, it sounded ridiculous. How do you schedule FUN? You can’t force fun, it either happens or it doesn’t. But what I’ve learned is, it’s much more likely to happen if there’s room for it. So, I scheduled Fun Adventure Friday. Every Friday, I pick Buster up from school and we do one [...]

3Oct, 2016

What is PunkinFutz?

By |October 3rd, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

  When our son was fitted with orthotics, I asked the doctor why they weren’t more colorful. Why couldn’t they look like super hero gear? He laughed and said they should. But they didn’t. They looked like sterile torture devices. I started noticing similar things. Overwhelmingly, mobility assistive devices (wheelchairs, walkers, orthotics, prosthetics) were made by medical supply [...]