It is open to all parents, caregivers, teachers and therapists. (No pre-requisites.)
In this workshop students learn:
- How to assess the needs of the child or adult who is differently abled
- How to develop a program using the Building Block Activities
- How to evaluate the effectiveness of the program
- How to modify, when necessary, the activities of the child or adult so the developmental movement patterns can be accessed through the use of the Building Block Activities
Students will leave the course with new skills that optimize learning and performance in all areas of life. And they will find that these tools are immediately applicable in home, school and therapeutic settings.
This course provides excellent applications for a variety of mental and physical challenges including and yet not limited to, autism, cerebral palsy, attention deficit disorders, dyslexia, Angelman’s Syndrome, Down Syndrome, speech impairment, brain injuries, blindness, deafness, impairments caused by strokes, epilepsy and/or developmental delays.