After noticing a lack of neurodiverse-affirming resources for teachers and parents, we set out to create supportive, adaptive, age appropriate, respectful, engaging, and easy to implement.
How to Surf the Waves by Dr. Tracey DeMaria
What We Are Currently Working On...
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This book is a curriculum for elementary students on emotional regulation. Using the metaphor of waves of emotions, plus themed lessons that explore the ocean, waves, and how to "surf," kids will begin to master emotional awareness and control and eventually become experienced "surfers."
Cool features in this book:
Colorful and intuitive lesson plans
Handouts and links for the lessons
Adaptations for different abilities
Picture/word vocabulary lists
Your home should be a sanctuary where everyone in your family can relax. Comfort is especially important when you have an autistic child. Having a safe space is important for autistic children to thrive. Using these five tips is a good way to start creating a calm home environment for your autistic children.
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If you would like to learn more about how to promote acceptance and respect for autistic individuals, read "10 Ways Society Can Be More Inclusive of People With Autism" by Janessa Dominguez, PhD.