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Children’s Services

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I can help your child with…

  • Understanding ADHD

  • Understanding Autism / Aspergers

  • Executive Functioning

  • Organizational Skills

  • Study Skills

  • Managing Emotions

  • Developing Self-Awareness about strengths and challenges

  • Developing Self-Advocacy Skills

  • Developing skills to manage stress and anxiety

  • Making and Keeping Friends

  • Social Skills

  • Problem Solving

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Quick Tips

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Homework doesn’t have to be so hard.

Children with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders can have serious executive functioning challenges.

Identifying the challenges, teaching specific skills and negotiating with your child’s school and your child are just some ways we can help homework get done with less stress.

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Friend or foe? Would your kid know?

Figuring out and knowing someone else’s intentions requires a sophisticated level of social understanding and awareness including:

  1. Knowledge or memory of the person
  2. Contextual awareness
  3. Ability to read nuanced and often subtle facial expressions and body language.

 

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What’s he looking at?

Social understanding is all about context. If you asked your child what the boy in the blue hood is looking at, would he/she reference the other boy pointing in the background?

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Being part of the group

Children who have difficulty making or keeping friends often misunderstand the unwritten rules of social behavior. For children with social learning challenges, improving social skills is not about teaching social skills. It’s about teaching them how to Think Socially.

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Is your child being bullied?

A few strategies for your child…

  1. Stay near (but not next to) an adult or by other kids.
  2. Look at the other child, assertively say, “STOP!”, “Back off!” or “Leave me alone!” then turn and walk towards other people.
  3. Don’t say something mean back.
  4. If a classmate tells you to stop doing something, Stop.
  5. Watch kids who seem to be liked by others. What do they do?

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