A network to share best practices for children with special needs
1) Provide a trusted private network
2) Connect, network and have fun
3) Share and learn best practices
“There are alligators under my bed!” It is amazing how role playing can work its' magic on great areas of concerns for therapists and parents alike. Playing with different foods, textures and positioning allows a child to expand his repertoire of skills.
When a child displays…
“Nothing is so unequal as the equal treatment of unequals”. I love this quote by Thomas Jefferson! It is especially appropriate when referring to accommodations for students with a learning disability. The quality of support children receive in school is crucial to their academic success. Collaboration between general and special educators is the key to guaranteeing all children receive a free and…Continue
In preparation for celebrating SPD Awareness month, this blog will highlight the upcoming 17th International SPD Symposium scheduled for November 7 and 8, 2014 in Tempe, Arizona.
In this blog, I will first speak very briefly about SPD.
Then I will discuss one of my presentations “Use of Playground in Therapy Tour session”.
I will also discuss items which will possibly be on display at the exhibitor booths.
And finally, I will list the other speakers and many…
Just in time for back to school check out these great tips on how using sensory strategies may help with attention and focus:
My autistic student 8 years old has trouble with balance! he lack confidence walking on benches and walking over voids as i make space between benches. He has trouble too carrying things, like this…Continue
i am wondering if it s possible that some autistic do not recognize colors at all!!! or is it that they just dont know. One of my autistic student is incapable to put a series of 2 color beads on a…Continue
one of my autistic student (8 years old ) has never really ate! The parents have told me the situation only recently. In school he has only a snack time so it was not really obvious. I ve started to…Continue