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We Advocate for the DIR/Floortime® Approach for Children with Autism
Each child has individual processing differences that vary greatly from child to child. These need to be looked at in order to understand what is preventing a child from interacting with us.
With genuine affect, we create those warm & nurturing learning relationships that are tailored to a child’s individual differences and will help the child move ahead in their development.
Justin Young With back to school season in full swing, what better time to discuss Foundation Academics! This week we speak with Dr. Gil Tippy, clinical director of the Rebecca School in Manhattan about the foundational capacities required before...read more
The last batch of posts have discussed development and the developmental approach. We’ve covered how development happens spontaneously and cannot be taught and how when the right conditions are in place, development happens. But what does “development...read more
This week we’ll try to solidify the content of the last couple of months with an overview of the Developmental Approach to autism spectrum disorders. We discuss the Developmental, Individual differences, Relationship-based (DIR) model with our guest, Dr. Ira...read more