Development Happens Through Relationships Across a LifetimeInvite out your child's highest potential
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.
Last week brought you some examples of process-oriented learning. This week, we continue with this topic. We heard Rae Leeper say that at the Rebecca School, this process looks different depending on the developmental level of the student. Julia Feltus from the...read more
Continuing with the back-to-school series this week is the topic of process-oriented and affinities-based learning. We heard Dave Nelson talk about how they use these approaches at The Community School with their students. Rae Leeper talked about this type of learning...read more
The last five blog posts have focused on schools applying the Developmental, Individual differences, Relationship-based (DIR) model with their students. DIR/Floortime aims to target autism's core deficits of relating, communicating, and thinking. For the...read more
Drop Me a Line
Questions? Interested in a free consultation?
Support Affect Autism:
Donate in $CAD
Donate in $US