Posts Tagged ‘School’

Picture schedules to help process change to routine

picture communication supports routine disability autism

Some people with a disability, in particular people with autism spectrum disorders, who have limited or no language, rely on a picture to process what is going on around them. Some people with a disability, find it difficult to process what day of the week it is and what they are doing, on any given…

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How to create engaging opportunities in the school holidays

Engaging school Holiday Activities

School holidays are the perfect time to create engaging opportunities for you and your child or the person you are supporting. With early intervention, school and other activities taking a break during this period gives you an opportunity to work on engaging experiences in the home. Create Structure and Routine Easily said than done, right!…

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High School Graduation, 13 years of transitioning tips

Preparation, Routine and transitioning through school

High School Graduation day is here! What a day. probably one of the best days thus far. To see my son throw his black mortarboard graduation hat in the air and mouth, “I did it” was simply awesome. I think back and marvel at how far we have come, how difficult it must have been…

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