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Originally posted on Applied Behavioral Strategies:
We hope that you all are enjoying your summer as much as we are enjoying ours. We have each taken time off to spend non-work time with our families. Time off means that our…

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Light Up a Sensory Diet!

Seven Ways to Light Up a Sensory Diet with Glow Sticks With Sensory Savvy Lenses: a tool for activities which encourage: auditory input fine motor skills motor planning proprioceptive input tactile input visual input Learn more ways to enhance sensory … Continue reading

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Autism Lifestyle Poll

Hi5! Do you believe “Life on the Autism Spectrum can be enjoyable”? Take this poll to share what activities you engage in to enhance your AS lifestyle. “Life on the Autism Spectrum can be ENJOYable.” Take the ‘Auitsm Lifestyle Poll’ … Continue reading

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Rock Climbing Camp and Kids Night Out!

Now Registering –  Slidell Rocks’ Summer Climbing Camp!!!  In our One of a Kind Summer Camp, you will learn the fundumentals of the sport of Rock Climbing. Each session will be held from 8:00am – Noon, Monday – Friday. Snacks and … Continue reading

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Finding Evidence Based Programs for Reading and Math

“Enjoying the Hi=5s of Autism’ is a holidays and audio blog regarding Autism related Developmental Disabilities.  We tend to post about ways to enjoy festivals, family outings, and celebrations. Today, we will depart from the fun stuff to discuss a … Continue reading

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Gadgets work under your skin — but are you ready?

Gadgets work under your skin — but are you ready?.

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Originally posted on Grist:
In the Age of the Anthropocene, nature is what humans make it. LEGO took this idea quite literally when it graced the Australian town of Broken Hill, in New South Wales, with these giant versions of…

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