When you think of social skills what comes to mind? Do you imagine talking to people, hanging out or being part of a group in a class or at an event? Yes, these are all great examples of social skills but there is so much more. At Re-Education Services, we use a methodology created by… Read More The Wide World of Social Skills
Ms. Daisy’s class is filled with Re-Education veterans. They have been around awhile and know a thing or two about social thinking skills. As a result, we spent our first social thinking group reviewing the Zones of Regulation before taking these skills to the next level. We watched this amazing Prezi created by Kryssi Plasch. Yes, it… Read More Getting Started
I was so excited when I heard a podcast about Autcraft this morning, I couldn’t wait another day to tell you about it. image from: seriouslynotborning.com Stuart Duncan the father of a child with Autism is the creator of AutCraft. As its name implies AutCraft is the first online video game exclusively for children with autism. He is… Read More Does your child with Autism love Mine Craft? Well, have I got news for you!
Welcome to the 2018-19 school year!… Read More Meet the SLP 2018-2019 School Year
Image from Kahoot.com Do you Kahoot? If not, what are you waiting for? I’ve just… Read More Do You Kahoot?
Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released its update on the prevalence of Autism. The CDC has estimated a 15% increase from their data released in 2012. This increases the prevalence of Autism from 1 in every 88 to 1 in 59 children being diagnosed with Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by age eight. … Read More Live, Love, LAMP!
Everywhere we look there are visual symbols. Driving down the road you spot those golden arches from afar and you know that a McDonald’s is close by. Clean the house and you notice a skull and crossbones on your cleaning product signaling toxic if ingested. Any well-placed sign with a circle and a slash and… Read More We’ve Got a Visual for That!