Neurodiversity is an important part of our society because it helps us understand each other better. It also allows people with these disorders to live more fulfilling lives. When we understand neurodiversity, we reframe challenges as differences rather than deficits, and focus on the unique gifts within each child.
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Children are concrete learners and often thrive off of predictability, so it can be hard for them to pivot, especially when the request is to move from a preferred activity to a less preferred task. Here are 5 tools...