This series includes:
Sensory Processing And Autism Spectrum Disorder
Sensory Processing is considered one of the criteria for a diagnosis on the Autism Spectrum. Discover the intricacies of the different sensory systems and their particular impact on persons diagnosed on the spectrum. Each sensory system including praxis / motor planning is discussed in terms of definition, impact and intervention ideas.
DIR/Floortime Model And Autism
Dr. Stanley Greenspan gave us a practical ladder of functional emotional developmental capacities enabling us to understand a person diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum. It is the only program globally that truly engages the core difficulties of theory of mind and central coherence in a way that promotes and engages social skill. The developmental hierarchy includes individual differences and uses natural, important relationships to draw the loved one into our world through their own decision making process. Discover a fun way to be with a child (of any age!) while also working on the building blocks necessary for academics and executive functioning skills.
Autism Classification And Components
Take a closer look at all the different components of Autism and see the parts that form the whole picture. Mention is made of theory of mind and central coherence theory and it’s impact on social skills. There is no one size fits all and important to understand all the components of effective assessment that would drive each unique intervention plan.
Executive Functioning And Autism Spectrum Disorder