Posts Tagged ‘Autism Spectrum’

Do You Know How To Do a “Plan B” for Solving Behavior Problems?

I couldn’t end my series of highlighting Dr. Ross Greene’s ideas from his book, Lost at School without showing you a quick overview on how to do a Plan B. Take a look!!! We’re seeing students stay in the classroom longer, making choices not to fight for the first place in line, choosing to go to a calm down area rather than becoming aggressive or destructive. Some successes come in […]

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Do You Know the Most Important Key to Getting Your Nonverbal Child to Talk?

When I work with children who are nonverbal and on the autism spectrum or who have a moderate or severe cognitive disorder…..Guess what the two main things are that parents want…. They want their child to have self help skills and COMMUNICATION SKILLS. That’s right. If you do nothing else for a child like this, these skills are GOLDEN. In today’s video, I discuss where to start with developing those […]

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The Anatomy of a Conversation for Children with Autism!

One of the first concepts of math involves understanding the number line and how it works. Right? It’s one of the foundation pieces of math that you just should not skip. It helps students visualize math and it helps the manipulation of math become easier to understand…..because there is a reference point. If you ask me, one of the first steps in teaching social skills is teaching a child that […]

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Have You Ever Seen A Bike Without Pedals for Children With Special Needs?

A colleague of mine recently won a grant for a Strider Bike. I had never heard of a bike that had no gears or movable pedals. In fact, quite frankly I was wondering why anyone would want one. In my mind, I was thinking ….what’s the point? I not only got see the bike, but my friend has allowed me to do a video on it so I could share […]

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Use That Simple Tool You Already Have for a Child with Oppositional Defiant Disorder!

I have people ask me on a regular basis what they can do for a child with oppositional defiant disorder. There are many things that you can try, but I wanted to point out today that there is one thing that you are probably already using that just might come in handy for your child with ODD. Take a look! You can have First/Then preprinted or you can quickly write […]

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Intense Language Intervention for Children with Special Needs!

Are you looking for an intervention for language development that won’t cost you a thing? This is basic, yet brilliant and something that many people don’t even think about doing!!! In today’s video I will share a story with you that involves a language development strategy that I used at work and then tried at home with my infant daughter. If you try this, you may get some odd looks […]

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Have you seen the Here Comes the Bus App?

Man, the kids today have it made!!! That’s what my parents said to me (they had to walk 5 miles in the snow to school) and that’s what I said to my children (I had to ride 5 miles to school J). Now my children can say it to their children (someday) because check this out…. There’s an app out now that actually spares children and families some unpleasant or […]

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Do You Know What A Quick Social Response Is?

You and I have done these a million times in our lifetime but our kids on the autism spectrum often don’t have a clue how to handle this in everyday social situations. Not only have we somehow learned what to say and when to say it, but we often have several different options of a response depending upon the person we’re talking to and the situation. When things don’t come […]

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A Book Called RED and How It’s Perfect for Kids with Special Needs!

Have you ever had that student who didn’t quite fit in, but you wanted so desperately for that to happen? Then, one day, you discover that this very student has some unique or gifted qualities and BOOM! The value to others is realized and this little person gets to experience acceptance, pride, confidence and a place to belong. You’ll find a story like that in this delightful book, Red. Take […]

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There’s an App for That!!! Make Your Own Custom Dice!

  Ever wish you could make your own dice that would have custom vocabulary words, pictures of your students, or simple math concepts or math signs? Well your wish is granted! You CAN customize your own dice and even use up to 5 dice for just about any dice game you want to play with your students. There’s an app called “Make Dice” and take a look at just how […]

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