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Positive Postcards

04/07/2020

Sharing positive and encouraging words and messages is important, and more so at this time of being away from our typical routines of school, work and life. It is always nice t...

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/the-positive-thinking-game-7-2020

The Positive Thinking Game

03/07/2020

Developing positive self-esteem is important for all children as it helps them to find new ways to look at their abilities, boosts confidence and overall happiness. This positive...

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/podcast-in-july-7-2020

Podcast in July

02/07/2020

We are very pleased to announce a new venture. The Centre is providing a weekly podcast every Friday in July and August featuring interviews with the international and local presen...

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/cosmic-kids-yoga-6-2020

Cosmic Kids Yoga

27/06/2020

Learning to relax is a self-regulation skill that may need to be explicitly taught. Cosmic Kids Yoga presents fun, step by step, visual guidance that your child may find engaging....

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/life-skills-resources-6-2020

Life Skills Resources

26/06/2020

As mentioned in the Q&A with Dr Templin Grandin the acquisition of life skills is of extreme importance for autistic children and young people. Accessible chef is a collection o...

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/promoting-sleep-resources-6-2020

Promoting Sleep Resources

25/06/2020

Following on from our ‘Promoting Sleep’ webinar here are a number of resources. Clicking on the YouTube link will bring you to an Operation Ouch video on sleep aimed at primary sc...

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/social-distancing-resources-6-2020

Social Distancing Resources

21/06/2020

As COVID 19 restrictions relax, our combined ability to comply with social distancing regulations becomes increasingly important. For some of our children and young people with aut...

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/worry-dolls-6-2020

Worry Dolls

20/06/2020

Worry dolls are small handmade dolls originating from the indigenous people of Guatemala. Making the doll is part of the process and may help the child or young person engage with...

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/energy-accounting-6-2020

Energy Accounting

19/06/2020

Maja Toudal’s energy accounting method reimagines the concept of a bank account where the child or young person experiences energy withdrawals and deposits.

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/mindfulness-resources-6-2020

Mindfulness Resources

17/06/2020

Following on from our webinar with Dr. Brian McClean we are sharing two resources which we hope you will find helpful. Our ‘Co-regulation’ resource suggests different activities yo...

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/fathers-day-card-6-2020

Fathers Day Card

14/06/2020

Adding structure to any task aims to promote the child of young person’s independence.

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/barnardos-children-s-roadmap-6-2020

Barnardos Children’s Roadmap

13/06/2020

The Barnardos Children’s Roadmap offers a simple visual map to explain to children what changes are going to occur in Phase 2, and what that means for them.

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https://www.middletownautism.com/social-media/anxiety-body-maps-6-2020

Anxiety Body Maps

12/06/2020

In yesterday’s webinar, Kari Dunn Duron identified that when the actions we take to calm become predictable and habit-like, they form part of the calming sequence that help us to s...

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