Bridges of Possibilities, LLC provides a vast selection of resources for parents, caregivers, teachers and healthcare providers as it relates to children with special needs.
Tips to getting the most out of your child's therapy!
1. Attend therapy sessions regularly
2. Ask questions
3. Observe/Get Involved
4. Practice, Practice, Practice!
5. Perform home exercise and activities as prescribed.
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Sensory Integration, "Now That Makes Sense!"
This books shares knowledge, experiences and observations along with parent collaboration to provide helpful hints for parents of children with sensory issues. Contains useful tools including a questionnaire, behavior log and journal entry section to document information as it relates to your child. Visit our web store and order your copy today!
During the 2017 November NAEYC Expo in Atlanta, Georgia I had the opportunity to present on Sensory Integration, "Tips, tools and Tidbits to over 200 educators and therapists. The enthusiasm and passion displayed from the audience was amazing. I enjoyed sharing my knowledge and experience to assist with understanding the impact on students with sensory processing challenges. Sensory processing disorder has no cure, but with the appropriate intervention there are options for children and educators within the classroom!
During the 2015 Young Child Expo in New York, I had the pleasure of meeting keynote speaker, Temple Grandin! She is one of the world's most accomplished and well-known adults with Autism. Her story and accomplishments are amazing. She gives hope to those individuals that are on the spectrum. Her very own testimony speaks volume on Autism and it's impact on her life.
According to CDC, Autism affects 1 in 68 children (1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls) as having Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
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This website is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure health care related issues. Should you suspect that your child is in need of healthcare services, consult with your child’s physician for immediate and appropriate interventions.