I am introducing my step to step pedagogic method in autism.
Module 1 Sensory stimulation
Module 2 Movements
Module 3 Social skills
Melanie Holmquist: I just had a 30 minutes introduction
with Pia in summer and I got so many things clarified to make my summer with my son. Now he started School and I can relax more. But if I shouldn’t talk to Pia I should have been so stressed and probably freaking out. I really recommend this Module 1,2,3.
Module 1,2,3 is for people like you:
Who want to know more about how to help your kid in Autism.
Who want to be in charge for what is happening with your kid and help him having a better life.
Who want to have structure instead
of chaos in your own life
Who want to know what to ask the teachers and other staff around your kid
who want to have free time activities with your kid
who want to have free time activities for your kid
Who want to stimulate your kid to
a better life as an adult
If any of this things rings true, then Id like you to start my webinar in August 31 at 7 pm Swedish time on Skype. We start small with just a group of ten including me. That small group will have an own Facebook group to
coach each other and every Monday and Thursday I will coach you coming further in this process on Facebook.
It is time for you to empower your life with tools for your kid in Autism. I don´’t diagnose but I teach .So best result is if
your kid already has a diagnose and a School but I can help you even without those things but the result will take more time, because I have to ask questions so I know more about him. I use Him because most of the kids are boys in autism. I include girls also
of course.meil me so I have your skype adress. Welcome
So I will try to play those webinars in so you can relisten to what I said and if you had questions and the answers from me. Every third week a new module. We start as soon as possible.
would like the payment To PayPal, firstname.lastname@example.org
Early bird has 10 % 7200 kronor instead of 8000 kronor. That is also possible to pay in three payments 2700 kronor each time until the webinar is paid. Welcome
Snoezele started in Holland in the
1970s (Moore, 1999) .Lady Allen of Hurtwood was the founder of handicapped Adventure Playground Association, also known as HAPA whose purpose was to promote the health of children with special needs. Shortly afterwards, the researchers developed guidelines
for children's hospitals that emphasized the importance of playing, outdoor environment and the experience of nature.
The tanks of sensory stimulant gardens derived directly from the hand therapy processing that occurs in Snoezele room (Nebelong
2008 as in a Snoezele room is the goal of a sensory garden that will increase transparency and curiosity of consumers. They must find new impressions from the outside world and their inner life and senses will be stimulated by environmental influences (Moore
1999 Nebelong, 2008). A sensory garden should be a place of encounter with nature that might otherwise be difficult to access for users (Nebelong 2008). If the garden is part of a specific therapy for a specific audience, it is important that sensory garden,
first and foremost perceived as a safe haven for the individual, as a state of mind and stimulating outdoor room, where patients can relax and enjoy.
It will serve as a place for recreation and recovery and to be able to feel pleasure without is
active and feel that you are totally free of constraints. For children with severe sensory physiological damage it may seem like it is the garden playing with and stimulates the child (Mårtensson 2004).
Electronic Mårtensson (2004) describes
two different kinds of outdoor games, sensual game, which spontaneously stimulated by smell, taste, touch, sight, balance, temperature, hearing several senses.
he other type of outdoor play as Mårtensson (2004) describes the wordy game activities
that stimulate children to less restraint could engage in games of more chaotic character. For a healthy child can be wordy game include running, FLOUNDER, climbing, wrestling, chasing around and imaginative play (Mårtensson, 2004).
the discursive game let’s kids something on the personal control over
events and allows greater environmental involvement and control. Source garden, sensory stimulation Skåne habilitation in 2011.
It is for children with disabilities
described in terms of sensory stimulation, but you can use most parts even for children with autism. Children with developmental disabilities playing higher up in the years a developmental disability mean that the child has a reduced ability for abstract thought.
Development interference may be caused by a chromosomal change, fatal injury or a birth injury .It can also cause the accidents and disabilities from the early childhood.
The difficulties can vary greatly from person to person. Often it is that
this takes longer to understand, to learn new things and to express their feelings and thoughts. Children often need support in different situations from any adult they know well. Many children with developmental disabilities have difficulty speaking and understanding
speech Others a functional languages and can handle everyday routines and activities relatively independent.
The main difference between a Snoezele room indoor and sensory-stimulating garden or other outdoor environment is that the outdoors has
to biodiversity to work with (Nebelong,2008)
A garden is also diverse, constantly changing, multi-sensory and vivid (Moore, 1999). From the beginning, sensory gardens, small gardens adjacent to the institutions for disabled children and adults who
have not had the opportunity to get out and experience nature on their own. I
A visit to a sensory garden is a staged encounter with nature contents of a sensory garden consist of a concentrate of
nature. A sensory garden can compensate for
the genuine nature
Maybe there's too far away and are difficult to access and allows users to have an intimate contact with the basic elements
sunlight, fresh air, soil, water, vegetation
Source master's thesis in the garden and inclusion?
It will serve as a place for recreation and recovery and to be able to feel pleasure without
is active and feel that you are totally free of constraints. For children with severe sensory physiological damage it may seem like it is
playing with and stimulates the child (Mårtensson 2004)
The main difference between a Snoezele room indoor and sensory-stimulating garden or other outdoor environment is that the outdoors has to biodiversity to work with (Nebelong,2008) Copyrighted
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