ConnectABILITY

For parents, teachers and caregivers, pick-up and drop-off times at the child care centre or school can be a hectic part of the day. Finding time to talk is important, but not always possible. A communication journal makes it possible …
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Whether you are a parent, teacher or early childhood professional, understanding and changing your child’s behaviour is never simple. However, describing the behaviour that concerns you, and gathering good information about when it occurs and under what conditions, is the …
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Abdi is a three-year old boy with some verbal language. At lunch time he sits down at the table and has little difficulty eating or drinking independently. Lately, he has been grabbing food from other children’s plates. Does this story …
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Fact Sheet

What is Acquired Brain Injury?
Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) is a non-degenerative injury to the brain that has occurred since birth.
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Creating Books to Share Experiences

An “All About Me” book can be created for your child. It is a special book that tells a child’s life story. Photographs, or mementos, of special events and milestones can be added to the book at any time.
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Fact Sheet

What is Angelman Syndrome?
Angelman syndrome is a complex genetic disorder that primarily affects the nervous system.
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Recognizing Anger in Oneself   Welcome Song – sing with each child’s name in song   Visual Schedule and Rules (welcome song, puppet show, discussion, story, calming activities, song, goodbye song)   Puppet Show – What is Anger Bessie is …
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Anger Rules and Introduction to Safe Ways to Express Anger   Welcome Song – same as in Session One   Balloon Breath – from Session One   Visual Schedule (welcome song, rules, puppet show, game, story, calming activities, song, goodbye …
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