I’d really like to take my child to see a performance at an arts venue but don’t know how to make this a successful experience for them, and for me.
The learning styles of individuals with Autism means that teaching concepts and skills in managing their sexuality, using typical strategies such as theory based lessons and reading materials, [...]
For many of our students the process of learning to go to the toilet becomes complicated by their communication and sensory needs.
Gardening aids learning, contribution, engagement & participation and the skills are transferable into home and work environs.
Encouraging and developing independence in activities that are required for daily living create opportunities for students to grow and live as independently as possible.
My Teenager Still Only Likes Wiggles Music! For children with autism, this music may have provided a sense of security and wellbeing during their early and often very confusing years.
The APP world is extraordinary and exciting. Unfortunately there is no ‘one size fits all’ app, and it takes some careful assessment to determine what might be most suitable for an individual.
Children with autism tend to be very literal and therefore the way we support their understanding of loss and death needs to be reflected in concrete and literal language.