ConnectABILITY

Following instructions is important in helping children learn new skills and function well in different environments. Instructions can teach children new skills step by step, or let them know what to do next. Instructions can have different levels of difficulty. …
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Fact Sheet

Fragile X is a hereditary/genetic condition that can impact families in many ways.
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Fish Activity Goals for this activity include: turn-taking joint attention eye-hand coordination increase expressive and receptive language (comprehension) Materials Needed: pre-cut fish shape cards from construction paper have pictures or flash cards that are of interest to your child eg. …
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By Robert E. O’Neill The Functional Assessment Interview (FAI) is an important part of a functional behaviour assessment. The FAI consists of a series of questions designed to gather information about a child’s behaviour. Unlike the Motivation Assessment Scale (MAS), …
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Learning to get dressed or undressed is a big step towards independence for every child. Often times, when young children struggle while putting on their shoes, hat, or jacket, we are quick to jump up and help them. Most preschool …
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“Bye Dad, see you later.” The first day your child goes to kindergarten can be both exciting and anxiety-filled, for you, as well as for your child. Knowing what your child will be doing in kindergarten and preparing him for …
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As a parent, teacher or early childhood professional, have you ever had one of these experiences? You are having a conversation (with another adult) and your child starts talking to you, interrupting your conversation, or perhaps yells your name from …
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