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26Apr
2015
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Joint Attention

Joint attention is recognized as one of the earliest forms of communication in young children and involves the coordinated attention, or gaze shift, between a social partner and an object or event in the environment. Children typically develop social attention between 9 and 18 months of age. Joint attention responses can be facilitated using prompting, […]

15Dec
2014
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Getting Ready for the Holidays

Holidays are exciting times in the year that can sometimes become overwhelming for some children. Strategies for preparing children can help make transitions from daily routines to holiday breaks easier for the child. Some strategies/tools may include: visual schedules, role-playing, practicing, social stories, dietary plans and picture cards for family members. This blog will provide you with […]

24Nov
2014
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Social Stories

Social stories are sequenced stories, usually written in the first person, with simple phrases and pictures that describe different events or activities that happen in everyday life. These stories are used to describe what happens during these events and how to appropriately respond or behave in these situations. Social stories can be developed to address […]