Three Children Get “In-Sync”

(In “The Educational Therapist,” October 2012, Vol. 33, No. 11)    This article looks at preschooler George, 1st-grader Rosie, and 6th-grader Bernie, who benefit from early intervention that focuses on developing and enhancing their developmental skills. Read abstract

The In-Sync Homeschooler

(In the July 2012 blog of “Home-Educating Family”)    No matter what their ages, children learn best when they move. Pediatricians, teachers, and other specialists now recognize that motor skills are vital to a child’s physical, emotional, academic and overall success.   Read the full article

In-Sync Activities to Help Kids Cope with Being Cooped Up

(A chapter in “Autism-in-Lockdown: Expert Tips and Insights on Coping with the COVID-10 Pandemic,” Future Horizons, 2020).  Being cooped up because of COVID-19 is especially hard for kids with autism and their grown-ups.  An antidote for cabin fever may be these five In-Sync, sensory-motor activities to get kids … Read the full chapter

Keeping Your Vision In Sync

(A chapter in “Autism-in-Lockdown: Expert Tips and Insights on Coping with the COVID-10 Pandemic,” Future Horizons, 2020).    A scary thing about the COVID-19 quarantine is the potential damage we do to our — and our children’s — visual systems by spending so much time indoors and on screens.  The chapter includes a brief of discussion …

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