ConnectABILITY

Fact Sheet

Tourette Syndrome (TS) is a neurological disorder, which becomes evident in early childhood or adolescence between the ages of 2 and 15 years.
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Creating and using powerful teaching tools for the development of language, social, motor, sensory, and cognitive skills. Toy Shop as written and produced by Fatima Kediye, Raffi Marinuzzo and Margaret Howard of the Early Childhood Services Team at Community Living …
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A transition occurs when a child is required to change location, activity, environment or position. Transitions are often difficult for many children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Why are transitions difficult? Transitions are often difficult for children with ASD. Due …
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Children are the most precious cargo we carry in our vehicle. Travelling with children requires some planning ahead for safety and comfort. Families who have children with special needs can spend even more time travelling to appointments. Whether you live …
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Many children need support when learning new skills. Breaking a skill down into smaller steps can help a child learn one step at a time. The number of steps a skill or task is broken into depends on the needs …
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There are several methods of testing a child’s hearing. The method chosen depends in part on the child’s age, development, or health status. Behavioural Tests: involve careful observation of a child’s behavioural response to sounds like calibrated speech and pure …
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There are a multitude of child-care program choices for parents to select from and sometimes understanding the differences can be overwhelming. Depending on your daily schedule you may be able to attend more than one community program. Families should select …
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