Category: Attention Span

Games Games Games!

Hello!This Friday The Autism Treatment Center of America brings to your home another set of creative ideas you can bring into your Son-Rise Program playrooms to help your autistic child lengthen their interactive attention span. Just click on the video below to see what games you can do with the hats you already have in…
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Deepening The Interaction

From Kate Wilde: This weeks video blogs talks about two concepts – “moving away” and “anticipation” and how you can use these within a game already in progress to encourage your child to lengthen their eye contact and deepen their interaction and connection within the game. Enjoy your children and all they offer you this…
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Brooms Away!

Happy Friday – May it be filled with much love, laughter and games. This week The Autism Treatment Center of America brings you games you can play with a broom. Click on the video below to see some fun and silly games to encourage your child to want to play with you, talk to you…
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Chair Games

Good Morning! This Friday we bring you Chair Games! Bring a chair into your Son-Rise Program playroom and add a creative twist to old games and introduce new games. Just click on the video below to see. Let us know what other games you get up to with your chairs. With much love to youKate

10 Fun Games with a Blanket!

FROM JACK: Howdy fellow Son-Risers! Blankets are wonderful things to have in your playrooms. They are so versatile and lend themselves to so many different games. At the Autism Treatment Center of America we nearly always put blankets in our playrooms, and I often recommend them to the families I do in-home outreaches with here…
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The 3E’s – Changing Your Voice

FROM SIMONE:

Passionate about Persistence!

FROM JACK: Howdy folks! Wow – as a Son-Rise Program Child Facilitator, I am constantly blown away by the power of this therapy, the simplicity of our techniques and the profound nature of the Son-Rise Program attitude. Today I want to talk about one really important attitudinal piece:PERSISTENCE! I doing on outreach with a little…
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