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Numbers! Numbers! Numbers!

Hello!From Kate Wilde: More game ideas brought to you from The Autism Treatment Center of America! We work with many children on the Autism Spectrum who are very motivated by numbers. Click on the video below to see three game ideas using numbers! Remember to use the Son-Rise Program techniques of introducing the games only…
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Games Games Games!

Hello! The Autism Treatment Center of America brings you another game to take into your Son-Rise Program Playroom to play with your children on the Autism Spectrum. This game is designed to help your child answer either simple or complex questions and express their own thoughts and ideas. Just click on the video below to…
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Games Games Games!

From Kate Wilde: The Autism Treatment Center of America brings you more game ideas to play with your children in your Son-Rise Program Playrooms. Click on the video below to see how playing with a giant mouth can help inspire your child to build their vocabulary, look while listening and physically participate with you.

What Does The Eye See?

 From Kate Wilde: Good morning!! Today The Autism Treatment Center of America brings you the game, What Does The Eye See?Click on the video below to learn how you can play this game to help your child on the Autism Spectrum with expressive language, social cues and imagination games. Don’t forget to add the magic…
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From Bears: Autism is Curable!

Autism is curable. Autism is curable. Autism is curable. I always wonder why some people get indigestion when we say what we know. Rather than believe in what can’t be done, we can choose to believe in what can be done. Nay-sayers never change the world. The past doesn’t predict the future unless you believe…
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Games Games Games!

Hello! This weeks video blog from The Autism Treatment Center of America comes a few days early – just before I head off to do a three day outreach with a lovely family who are running a Son-Rise Program for their adorable 3 year old son with Autism. Click on the video to see how…
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Thoughts on Questions

From Kate Wilde: Questions?? Questions?? Questions?? What Color is this?  How many balloons are there? What would you like to eat? Do you want me to tickle you?What is this called? Shall I sing you a song? What do you want? Is this what you want? Shall I pretend to be a dog? What noise…
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Games Games Games!

From Kate Wilde:Hello Everyone! Here at the Autism Treatment Center of America we believe that a useful toy for a child on the Autism Spectrum is one that can be used to create and inspire interaction with another person. We do not try to get a child to play with the toy, instead we use…
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Clarity of Speech

From Kate Wilde: Last week I worked with the most adorable three year old girl with Autism. She had blond wavy hair that she liked to shake, wore a white onesie and was so generous with her smiles and hugs. We named her fairy girl because of her looks and her beautiful spirit. She made…
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Games Games Games!

From Kate Wilde: A short and simple game from The Autism Treatment Center of America designed to help your child use context when relaying a story or event to another person. Remember to use The Son-Rise Program technique of only introducing this game when your child has given you a sustained green light. To learn…
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