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ABA Therapy and Trying to Get it For Autism Teaching

I met with my son’s case manager. She is still working on getting my son a communication device. Apparently, his former case manage left things a mess. She quit and his new one is trying to fix everything. His new case manager isn’t familiar with communication devices or Boardmaker. I also planned on . . . → Read More: ABA Therapy and Trying to Get it For Autism Teaching

Learning Activities for Autistic Children You Can Do at Home

In the spirit of Autism Awareness month, this is the opportunity to find out more about this condition and meet the needs of your autistic child. Autism affects almost one in six children in the United States, and it can be easily coped with through learning activities that are best suited for the autistic . . . → Read More: Learning Activities for Autistic Children You Can Do at Home

OT In The Home DVD Giveaway Closed

“OT in the Home” with Britt Collins, M.S., OTR/L 90 minute instructional DVD for parents, caregivers and educators. The DVD gives examples and tips on how to re-direct energy, work on fine and gross motor skills, how to start your day off right and many more chapters on daily activities. The DVDs were . . . → Read More: OT In The Home DVD Giveaway Closed

Curvy Herbie and Straight Nate Giveaway Closed

Curvy Herbie and Straight Nate, A lesson in curved line thinking is based on a theory of “Curved Line Thinking” by Alice Womer, M.S. CCC-SLP, written by Pamela Mari and illustrated by Dawn Rebuck. Alice Womer developed this while working with autistic children in a classroom setting. This is a short story that . . . → Read More: Curvy Herbie and Straight Nate Giveaway Closed

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