This blog post is about taking a break!
Sibling who is considered nonverbal I was putting together a presentation for the Global Yoga Therapy Summit . Although I was not chosen to give a live presentation, they did ask for a pre-recorded 45 minute presentation. I really wanted to talk about working with individuals that don't use verbal language to communicate. So without… Continue reading Working with Individuals with Limited Language
Photo by Cleyder Duque on Pexels.com Woodworking for autism is very unique to any person diagnosed with it, most especially those that put real focus and try to forget the past experiences where anxiety, fear, and anger surrounds them. But it is observed that this is not the case for people diagnosed with autism rather,… Continue reading Woodworking for People with Autism – Gregory’s story