Behavioral issues often require more than just therapy hours or caregiver training. Our resources have a focus on services outside the area of ABA that may offer additional benefits.
Resources for information regarding learning differences such as ADHD, Nonverbal Learning Disorders, Sensory Processing Disorders.
CHADD: An organization offering resources for caregivers and professionals regarding ADHD.
Additude: A magazine offering free resources for parents.
Smart Kids: A resources for learning differences.
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
AACAP: Provides information about ODD: https://www.aacap.org/AACAP/Families_and_Youth/Facts_for_Families/FFF-Guide/Children-With-Oppositional-Defiant-Disorder-072.aspx
Autism and related disorders.
Autism Navigator: Information about how treatment for autism changes as the individual grows.
Autism Speaks: A resources for everything autism related from screening questions, related disorders, therapies, and more.
My Autism Team: Offers support for day to day activities geared towards parents:
Occupational therapy skills.
Tools to Grow: Offers worksheets, activities, and OT curriculum planning. Perfect for families who are unable to see an OT:
Pediatric OT Tips: Offers examples of activities and DIY therapy tools:
Therapy Fun Zone: Offers activities broken down by skill AND age.
Your Therapy Sources: Offers OT, PT, and play activities:
Speech therapy skills.
Speech Buddy: May be useful for families that are unable to receive speech from a professional:
Speech and Language Kids: Offers activities, games, and worksheets.
Home Speech Home: Offer resources and guidelines specific to typical speech progression.
Mommy Speech Therapy: Offers activities, progressional steps, and a large database regarding similar areas (such as IEPs, articulation, etc)
A resource that provides caregivers access to feeding centers and professionals. They also provide supplemental activities and information on feeding disorders.
Pursuit of Research
Pursuit of Research is a part of the Cherab Foundation. A 501(C)3 nonprofit for children with neurological or genetic impairments that affect communication. They provide information regarding evidenced based approaches in a variety of areas for children with special needs.
DT Video Resources
Visit our channel to see live lessons, behavior tips, informational videos and more.
Clinical Reminder: DT Clients have access to all DT video model in their Google Classroom.
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