Disability Tax Credit
If you are in Canada and have a disability, or have a child with a disability, you can qualify for the Disability Tax Credit. See these information guides from Disability Credit Canada:
The Interdisciplinary Council on Development and Learning – ICDL
See the YouTube channel for The Interdisciplinary Council on Development and Learning – ICDL for some great videos discussing aspects of DIR and DIR/Floortime.
The CEO’s blog is also a great resource for Floortime information and tips.
The News section has some great blogs and resources.
See the incredible resources available to parents as well including online consultations, mini-seminars, and more!
Dr. Joshua Feder
Maui Center for Child Development
Dr. Mona Delahooke
My Disability Matters Club
The My Disability Matters Club is a FREE online community for the disability sector based on safety, respect and tolerance. Respect and tolerance for disability issues and people with disabilities is central to the MDM Community. We want you to feel welcome, safe and able to discuss anything. We aim to get rid of trolling, abuse and harrassment of people with disabilities. It is also built with accessibility in mind so it will be easier and quicker to use. Join the community and meet others, make friends, overcome loneliness and get peer support. Don’t continue to put up with the abuse and harassment on other platforms.
Peek-a-boost play is a platform designed by two DIR/Floortime® Expert Provider & Trainers for caregivers and professionals to come together, share experiences, and nurture learning environments to BOOST child development through PLAY. They share weekly posts about adult-child PLAY interactions, suggest helpful resources, talk about child development research and engage in discussions.
The P.L.A.Y. Project
Profectum Parent Toolbox
Dr. Robert Naseef
See the YouTube channel of the book Respecting Autism by Dr. Gil Tippy and Dr. Stanley Greenspan for some videos about the book, which is a case study of DIR/Floortime at the Rebecca School in New York City. You can purchase the book under our Shop menu at the top of the site.
Special Books by Special Kids
SBSK interviews with people in the disability/neurodiversity community to tell their story in video format which “helps educate others on what it is like to live with a disability.” SBSK “seeks to normalize the diversity of the human condition under the pillars of honesty, respect, mindfulness, positivity and collaboration.”