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Activities for Adults with Developmental Disabilities

* Building a Home Conference: September Worcester, Workshops to assist in helping a loved one with a disability live and work in their community. * Shared Living & Adult Family Care Conference: September Worcester. See Teens & Young Adults on

What’s the Difference Between Executive Functioning Issues and ADHD?

Is your child or grandchild struggling with Dyslexia? This roundup of apps can help a dyslexic hone vital skills to improve spelling, reading, and more. Using technology, alongside of professional therapies, is an excellent opportunity to expand the learning for kids, teens, and adults dealing with dyslexia. Apps To Help With Dyslexia

Calm Down an Autistic Person

How To Calm a Person with #Autism or SPD. Often, children with these conditions can have #meltdowns, shutdowns, or breakdowns if they get upset or overwhelmed. Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group.

Activities for Adults with Developmental Disabilities

"People who have developmental disabilities will have problems in learning and grasping things. That is why there are special activities that are developed for people with the same so that they can cope better in life. In this following article, we will go through some of these activities and help you understand them better.(Borkar,buzzle.com)

SPD triggers Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group

Bilateral Activities for the Nonfunctional Hand Therapists should use each and every opportunity to incorporate the hemiparetic hand into daily functional tasks—even when the hand is non-functional. http://icelearningcenter.com/resources/therapy-tips/bilateral-activities/bilateral-activities-nonfunctional-hand