Tag Archives: Tip or Resource

Pinterest Find of the Week: Fall Leaf Number Movement Game

[Source: Toddler Approved] Numbers are everywhere! My kids love finding numbers in books, on buildings, and around the house. My son came home from kindergarten the other day and wanted to show me how he wrote his numbers. We created … Continue reading

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Time to Talk TBI: September is National Traumatic Brain Injury Month

[Source:  Brain Injury Association of America] Brain injury is unpredictable in its consequences. Brain injury affects who we are, the way we think, act, and feel. It can change everything about us in a matter of seconds. The most important … Continue reading

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After the Storm: A Guide to Help Children with Psychological Effects of a Hurricane

[Source:  7-dippity.com via UCF Card Center for Autism and Related Disabilities] Dear Parent or Caring Adult, Although a hurricane may last only hours, its effects can last for months or even years. In the aftermath of a hurricane, many parents … Continue reading

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Resources: Helping Kids Deal With Hurricanes/Floods

[Source:  School Counselor.org] • Try and keep routines as normal as possible. Kids gain security from the predictability of routine, including attending school. • Limit exposure to television and the news. • Be honest with kids and share with them … Continue reading

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Natural Disaster Resources for Families Affected by Autism

Editor’s Note:  As we have all seen, it’s Hurricane Season.   Check out this excellent set of natural disaster resources for families with autism. Planning is an important part of any family affected by autism’s daily routine, but is even … Continue reading

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