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Adaptive/Self Help: Self help abilities such as eating, dressing, functioning independently to allow for them to cope with the environment.

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  • 1. Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy
  • by: Lannie Heidingsfelder, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    Attached below is a helpful flyer about applied behavior analysis therapy, a scientifically proven method used to support children with Autism. 

    ABA-Brochure

     

  • 2. Bed Time Routines
  • by: Chivonne Pierotti, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    Bedtime routines can be hard for many families with preschool age children. I found it helpful to start a routine as soon as I could with my children. It is important to try to stick to it as much as you can. Consistency is key! Establishing a

  • 3. How to Help Preschoolers Open Doors
  • by: Chivonne Pierotti, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    Here is a helpful article for how to help preschoolers open classroom or bathroom doors. It includes strategies for opening doors from our Vail School District Physical Therapist, Katy Faber, Doctor of Physical Therapy. 

    Door Strategies Article

     

     

  • 1. Called to Love Website
  • by: Lannie Heidingsfelder, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    Here is a new resource I have recently discovered: https://www.calledtoloveaz.org/  On the website you will find a list of resources for people with disabilities and information on some of the current Arizona categories of eligibility (some

  • 2. Helpful Resources
  • by: Sari Nieminen, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    Does your child have feeding difficulties? Is your child a picky eater? Here are some resources to help you with these challenges:

    https://mariposatherapyservices.com/

    https://www.mealtimeconnections.com/

     

  • 3. How to Potty Train Your Child with Special Needs
  • by: Chivonne Pierotti, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    Here are a few links to websites with helpful information on How to Potty Train Your Child with Special Needs:

  • 4. Visual Schedules and Autism
  • by: Lannie Heidingsfelder, Vail Inclusive Preschool

    Below is a link on the importance of visual schedules and ideas/tips for how to create a visual schedule for your child at home. Research shows that children with Autism and other developmental delays may benefit from the consistency and visual expectations that a picture schedule

     

     

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