"My approach to intervention is rooted in respect for child development and focuses on making the mundane meaningful, looking at daily interactions as opportunities for learning and growth while respecting the uniqueness of the individual and family. It’s about setting high expectations for long term quality of life and relationships for individuals on the spectrum and implementing a specific and doable plan to get there one step at a time.”
– Lauren Wilson, LCSW, RDI® Program Certified Consultant

Friday, November 11, 2011

Practical Ideas

This was shared with me and I have to say I was pretty impressed.  Some of the recommendations left me scratching my head, however, what a great place to start and get some fresh ideas to modify for your particular child or student.  Recreating the wheel is exhausting,  finding folks who have already done some of the work is a huge time saver.

Concerns and A Smogusborg of Interventions

You'll notice on the homepage there is a Jeopardy board of concerns, click on one and it will open up to a list of interventions to try.  Click on those and it will give you some specific examples.

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