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Elizabeth Sautter, one of the co-authors of the Whole Body Listening Larry books, recently wrote a blog post about strategies she employs at home to increase her child’s executive functioning skills and decrease nagging. 146 more words
This is a panoramic shot of a locker just outside my classroom. I heard lots of noise this morning and came into the hallway. The student, whom I don’t teach and is in a younger grade, was trying to close her locker and was becoming frustrated at not being able to. 121 more words
I received bad news a couple of weeks ago. At the IMFAR conference, it was reported that:
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Adults with autism have a better chance of finding and keeping a job if they can effectively perform basic daily tasks, such as bathing, brushing their teeth, cleaning and preparing meals, new research reveals.
At a Glance
- Working memory refers to how we manipulate information stored in short-term memory.
- Kids use working memory to learn and follow directions.
- Working-memory boosters can be built into your child’s daily life.