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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.
Continuing with our series on schools using the Developmental, Individual differences, Relationship-based (DIR) model, let’s look at Oakwood Academy in Mississauga, Ontario. It’s the only DIR-based school in Canada and features the opportunity for its...read more
Plastered through the news this past weekend was the story of a barber in Quebec who was called “an everyday hero” by the mother of a young, autistic client. This week, we take a hiatus from the back-to-school series of posts to bring you this heartwarming...read more
This week we bring you another podcast! With our focus on schools that incorporate the Developmental, Individual differences, Relationship-based (DIR) model, we spoke with the Educational Supervisor of the Rebecca School, Rae Leeper, who has worked at the School since...read more