Making Schedules for Kids Autistic Kids
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3 Essential Types of Visual Supports To Help Autistic Kids Succeed
When you make visuals that are clear and meaningful, your client will show you how much it really helps them!
Rethinking Hand-Over-Hand Assistance for Autistic Kids
If you don’t have a toolbox full of autism-specific strategies, letting go of hand-over-hand can feel scary. Keep reading to learn different strategies to keep therapy moving forward.
A Confident OT: What It Looks Like & How to Get There
We want to feel honest, calm, and present in our work, whether things are going great or our sessions are descending into chaos.
Creating Autism Interventions that Promote Flexibility:
When we teach flexibility, we are creating systems to help our clients understand change and see it coming so they can adapt without unnecessary stress.
Rethinking Reinforcers for Autism
There is usually another way to get your clients to take on new challenges without all the drawbacks of prizes and praise. Read on for some strategies!
Rethinking Planned Ignoring for Autitic Kids
There are good reasons to consider using a different approach most of the time with your autistic clients.