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A prescription millions of years in the making. RxOutside helps parents and professionals reconnect children to the healing benefits of nature.
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RxOutside Jan 9
Looking for a tool to help you as a , professional, or caregiver calm your nerves while increasing kid’s to play outside? Dr. Brussoni’s team has you covered! Read my latest newsletter for more about their online tool!
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RxOutside Jan 8
A big gratitude to you for being our first interview in this series!
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RxOutside Jan 8
Listen now to the first interview in my Nature Sense series. I talk with Dr. Mariana Brussoni and discuss her research on child injury prevention and how this relates to living a led life.
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RxOutside Dec 21
Bending down to pick up “nature” items can engage the vestibular system. Anytime we have a movement that tilts our head position, we engage this system. Never underestimate the power of simplicity! Get more valuable bits of info in our weekly letter!
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RxOutside Dec 18
It’s the simple things in , like the feather of a bird, that offer our sensory system the opportunity to engage and develop
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RxOutside Dec 13
“The Five-Minute Trick” + alleviating modern life stressors through nature + meeting a child’s social needs. All in the latest newsletter!
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RxOutside Dec 11
5 ideas on how to use technology to support relationship building, connect with young children and teens, and ultimately get them outside by meeting them where they are: online.
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RxOutside Dec 10
Studies of happiness tell us that key factors in someone’s lifetime happiness quotient are their social connections and contact with nature. You can read about those studies here:  
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RxOutside Dec 10
Replying to @Peter_Lockyer
Aw. So much gratitude for you. Xo
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RxOutside Dec 5
This week’s newsletter - check it out!
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RxOutside Dec 1
Do we want our children’s sensory system nourished by sounds that don’t build true balance? Or by nature? Check out my guest blog post on the website to get the answer!
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NOVA | PBS Nov 7
It's named the Bionic Leaf 2.0, and in the future, it could possibly be used to power a car's engine or motor. via
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RxOutside Sep 17
Need some ? Put down your coffee and watch rock-climbing phenom in her element.
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RxOutside Sep 15
This episode might not contain animals normally found wild in nature, but OMG, its baby kittens--and its about . Gather up your kiddos to learn about how these fluffy creatures persevere!
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Nature on PBS Sep 15
Reef-building corals consist of thousands of tiny, tentacled polyps inside skeletons of calcium carbonate, each connected by a thin layer of tissue.
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RxOutside Sep 14
The 🌻 soaks up warmth, vibrance, and energy from the 🌞. We can, too (in moderation). Get outside with your kid(s) this weekend and notice the mellower light in the sky. Seasonal change is in the air!
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RxOutside Sep 13
"In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks." - , Naturalist Extraordinaire
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RxOutside Sep 11
49.5% of American youth will have had a diagnosable mental illness at some point before they are 18, according to the : Please make sure your kids get enough time outside. It can make a world of difference.
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RxOutside Sep 10
A Cambridge University study shows that kids who play outside are more likely to protect nature as adults. That could solve so many of our world problems!
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RxOutside Sep 7
How can RxOutside help your kids, students or clients? What does nature have to do with behavioral issues? Schedule a FREE 20 minute consultation with occupational therapist Kathleen Lockyer for answers (and some relief). Sign up here:
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