Celebrate the Holidays RDI® style with Kat Lee.
If your child’s bucket is being continually drained, they need to be able to replenish the supply.
Changing our style of teaching children with autism from ‘static’ to ‘dynamic’ uses activities that require the child to ‘think’ his way to a solution.
Learning to pause gives our children the time to think of what to do, instead of being told what to do.
Is constant entertaining a good thing?
Providing the right amount of uncertainty and comfort will help your child take each step forward.