Practice mindfulness activities as a parent. With kids, showing the proper habits for mindfulness should help you become a better parent overall. Stress relieving ideas. Intentional parenting activities and ideas. via @imperfectmama
Cross the Midline: Crossing the Midline Exercises Using Arms and Legs for Brain Integration - Integrated Learning Strategies
56 Occupational Therapy Activities for Kids | Whether your child has sensory processing challenges, struggles with fine motor, gross motor, and/or visual motor skills, needs help with handwriting, or needs core strengthening exercises, we have 56 fun learning activities that are perfect for kids with developmental delays like autism and sensory processing disorder. These pediatric OT ideas will not disappoint!
Speech Sound Development Chart: This would be helpful for any Speech Language Pathologist. It shows the ages at which speech sounds typically appear in the normally developing child in each position of a word.
Quick and easy ways to use cups in speech and language therapy.
If you’re the parent of a child with autism or ADHD, self-regulation is probably a term you’ve heard a lot. Another term you might have heard more is dysregulation. That dreaded word – dysregulation. Emotional dysregulation means that an emotional response does not fall within the conventionally accepted range of emotive responses. In other words, …
From teaching emotional regulation, anger management, and social thinking concepts to demonstrating life skills, how to follow directions, and aiding in language development, these ABA therapy activities for kids with autism spectrum disorder will give you heaps of ideas you can use at school, in therapy, and at home! We've even included a few free printables! #autism #ABAtherapy #specialneeds #specialneedsparenting #autismactivities #learningthroughplay
Ready to try some new habits and really turn my life around! Habits for happiness, connection and more creativity to live a life I'm proud of. Ticking them off every day on my printable tracker to keep myself consistent! What habits will you practic