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by Andrea Talpos, M.Ed, BCBA on April 01, 2021
Play Strategies to Enhance Language and Communication Skills in Children with ASD
by Andrea Talpos, M.Ed, BCBA on April 01, 2021
Embedding play in learning is the best way to create a fun and stress-free experience when teaching children new skills. Integrating play focused strategies in therapies help children with ASD acquire language and communication skills quicker.... Read full article
by Karen Young on February 23, 2021
Children With Autism: The Difference a Pet Can Make
by Karen Young on February 23, 2021
The benefits of owing a pet on mental health have long been established in the literature. Recently researchers looked at whether there were any particular benefits of pet ownership for children with autism... Read full article
by Rachel Green and Wendy Rhodes on September 28, 2020
Autism and ADHD | Signs, Treatments and Therapies
by Rachel Green and Wendy Rhodes on September 28, 2020
Historically, autism has been associated with only non-verbal individuals, but the more we learn about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), the wider that spectrum gets.... Read full article
by Nick Acaster on September 22, 2020
How to create a calming sensory bedroom for your child
by Nick Acaster on September 22, 2020
Nick Acaster is Managing Director of the soft furnishings company Rugs Direct. Here, he shares his top tips for creating a sensory bedroom that's perfect for little ones with autism.... Read full article
by Lindsey Malc on July 15, 2020
by Lindsey Malc on July 15, 2020
Applied Behaviour Analysis Definitions of Common Words/Phrases... Read full article
by View author's website on May 20, 2020
Living with Harmony
by View author's website on May 20, 2020
Today we'd also like to share a joint Music and Mandala project as part of #creativityandwellbeing and #mentalhealthawareness week.... Read full article
by chriswtsltd on May 13, 2020
by chriswtsltd on May 13, 2020
This article offers information about speech and language difficulties in children and advice on speech and language therapy.... Read full article
by Chris Wade on November 01, 2019
PECS – the Picture Exchange Communication System
by Chris Wade on November 01, 2019
PECS, or the Picture Exchange Communication System, is a low-tech aided method of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) that involves the use of cards with pictures. Children who are unable to talk or write can learn to communicate...... Read full article
by Chris Wade on November 01, 2019
Joint Attention and Autism Explained
by Chris Wade on November 01, 2019
When two people are both focused on the same thing, it is known as joint attention. It doesn’t matter what they’re focused on (it could be a person, an object, an event, even a concept) just that they’re sharing a common focus...... Read full article
by Jacqui Beddoes on November 01, 2019
Complementary Therapies...... a treat or necessity?
by Jacqui Beddoes on November 01, 2019
Complementary therapies are generally seen as a treat or luxury, but with increased stress levels in our lives today the need to allow the body to relax and return to a balanced state is more important than ever.... Read full article
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