Give your child a moving experience that will last
a lifetime with our resources to guide you.

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The Importance of Vision

September 2020 — Sponsored by Age of Light Innovations

In interviews with Shelley James, PhD, an international expert on light and well-being, 14 worldwide experts and scientists focus on how lighting may harm children’s development. By watching this parent-focused series, you will learn how to use light to help — rather than hinder — your child’s development. In her interview with Dr. James, Joye discusses visual development in young children and how vision affects all learning and behavior.
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Sensory-Motor Fun

September 2020 — Sponsored by Age of Light Innovations

In her interview with Dr. James, Carol discusses sensory challenges and suggests sensory-motor activities to lure children away from electronic devices and get them moving.

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In-Sync Activities: Movement Experiences that Last a Lifetime

June 2020 — Sponsored by The STAR Institute for Sensory Processing

At The STAR Institute’s Virtual Summit on “Sensory Processing in Autism,” Carol and Joye offer five activities from their In-Sync Child program. This webinar is 47 minutes.

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Out-of-Sync to In-Sync Child: What You Should Know about Sensory Processing Disorder

Interview with Brigitte Shipman, BMV Life Coach and founder of the Mother’s Guide Through Autism Show. The hour-long program covers Carol’s unexpected journey of becoming an SPD expert while teaching preschool, which led to her current focus on promoting In-Sync activities for all children.
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Why Vision Matters: Getting and Keeping Your Child’s Vision In-Sync (Joye, interviewed by Sarah Wayland)

October 2020 — Sponsored by Parenting ADHD & Autism Summit

What you see and how you process it is fundamental to your ability to navigate the world. In this fascinating interview, Joye explains the difference between what you see and what you do with what you see, and how difficulties accurately processing the visual world can lead to confusion, clumsiness, and inexplicable behavior. She describes how some of these behaviors are misunderstood, what to look for, and simple activities you can do at home to help your child’s vision become more functional.

NOTE: Videos are from the 2020 Parenting ADHD & Autism Summits which people can learn more about at ParentingSummits.com

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