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Elizabeth Sautter
Elizabeth Sautter
Elizabeth Sautter

Elizabeth Sautter

Author: Make Social Learning Stick! (aapcpublishing.net) & Whole Body Listening Larry; Director- Communication Works (cwtherapy.com); Mom of 2 fun boys!

The Sleep-Deprived ADHD Household | Get-to-Sleep Remedies for ADHD Kids

Take Five-Minute Breaks | Homework and Study Shortcuts

ADHD and Exercise: Physical Activity Before School Matters

ADHD Morning Wake-Up Guide: Breakfast Late Fees

ADHD Morning Wake-Up Guide: Breakfast Late Fees

Whole Body Understanding Poster (Autism) by EWAutismLibrary

Whole Body Understanding Poster (Autism) by EWAutismLibrary

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Squared Double Sconce

small side table option or use on the armrest of a couch to set classes on, or corner shelve in an office or bathroom....etc

floating shelves in a small bathroom 10 decorating ideas

Would certainly keep our towels and robes warm since a heating pipe runs behind our bathroom door.

Teaching flexibility to kids with autism. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/....

5-Step Exercise Proven to Significantly Benefit Children with Autism - According to recent research in a journal of Occupational Therapy, a 5-step yoga exercise program significantly benefits autistic children in the classroom. This program is part of a “Get Ready To Learn” (GRTL) intervention program. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/....

Teaching Social Skills: Self-Control For Kids - For early elementary school #children, appropriate goals might include complying with bedtime rules or showing anger appropriately (teaching social #skills instead of #hitting or screaming). According to the National Association of School Psychologists, some general strategies that often help children learn appropriate self-control behaviors include: - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

New Understanding of ADHD – It’s an “Executive Function” Disorder, blog by Sandra Rief

Infographic: How to Stop Negative Thoughts from Getting You Down

More Effective Than Time-Out: Time-In

The Power of Mindfulness: Reshape Your Brain for Calm and Compassion – Neuroplasticity

Take time to reflect on student learning and create “Mindset Moments.” These small moments used to reflect on growing as a learner benefit not just those who share, but every student in your class.