Play WITH Me is 37 minute course created by Cristina Busu, Dean of SpotUniversity.com and was delivered in May 2008 to a group of mothers who have children on the Autism Spectrum. This comprehensive highlight reel gives you a thorough understanding of the issues our children face when it relates to play and how to overcome some of the most difficult situations. Learn how to build a lasting bond with your child as you watch Play WITH Me. Handout accompany this video and will be available shortly.
Sam had his first rock climbing class at Lifetime Fitness tonight. I was not able to attend but he gave me the full overview.
"Hey Dad".....I hear as I walk in the door.
Sam: I had rock climbing class tonight at Liiiiiiifetime. (He likes to say the name funny with a little smile.)
Dad: Oh yeah, how was it?
Dad: So what did you do.
Sam: I had rock wtzbyure.... (he trails off where I can't hear or understand him. He is now looking at a book that is a few feet away.)
Dad: So did you climb the rock wall.
Cristina is a seasoned professional who has worked in clinics, private practice and has trained hundreds of parents. In Part 1 of a series, Cristina shares the common misconceptions and the critical components to creating successful playgroups.
All martial arts programs help children improve focus, respect, coordination, and help keep them physically fit. Mark shares what parents should look for in choosing a school for their child. He also discusses on-going instructor training.
Having trained in many different types of Martial Arts, Mr. McGee shares how each of these practices can substantially benefit someone with Autism (both mentally and physically) while providing a safe, rewarding and secure social experience.
Parents discuss what RDI (Relationship Development Intervention) therapy is, how it has benefited their twins, and share tips on their parenting style. They focus on the relationship components and just enjoying your child. RDI stands for Relationship Development Intervention.