Yesterday I had taken Ramam to a music school, looking for an instructor to teach him drumming. It followed that the instructor was a young guy. The lady at the reception briefly summarised the situation to the instructor in a line saying Ramam is a special kid. The instructor took him to the room, asked
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Emergency phrases: When using an AAC device, it is always an good idea idea to add some language for “emergency” types of situations like when peer noise is bothering him. FUNCTIONAL ways to communicate what is bothering him and FUNCTIONAL ways that he can solve it. There are can be n number of phrases, such
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I made this scheduler to enable Ramam to look at his daily schedule and be able to do things without prompting. I have not included things like brushing , bath or the like adl activities, but some things that are relatively new and have to be incorporated in his schedule before leaving for his centre
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Epic! Book for kids This is an app that I have come to love. It is a digital library for kids 12 and under. Unlimited fiction and non -fiction, Stem, biographies, videos, graphic novels, DIY and more. Various features like a small quiz at the end of a book, time taken to complete the book,
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It is that time of the year, when we sit down to think and introspect the year that was, what better way to do it , but a graphic organiser for our kids. http;//www.skiptomylou.org/2015-year-in -review-printable/

As I was waking up Ramam today morning, with his eyes shut he groggily said “Snooze time, please!”. I could not help but smile. Early in the morning, a very well-behaved teen!. Hoping he would open his eyes to my question, I asked him “How long?”. He kept his eyes closed, replied 10 minutes, pulled
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I find the perler beads activity an engaging one.It was introduced to me by my daughter. Whether it is making cartoon characters or coasters , this one helps in focussing, copying patterns, fine motor skills  and in moving towards independent work skills . Works as a family fun activity as well .To see the designs
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      Minions all the way…. No other character as held Ramam’s interest as the minions:)

Be it art Be it Maths Addition sticks where he is given various permutation and combinations for a numbers say 5 (5+0, 4+1,3+2). He has to put the correct stick  in the  cup.The cups have been labelled with the numbers. Good idea for independent activity. . Language activities I started with 6 talking sticks ,(
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It is such a beautiful post on silence….I had to share it. http://musingsofanaspie.com/2013/11/06/silence-ii-variation/#more-1693 “There is simply silence. Unconscious, unobserved, uncomplicated, quiet. Left alone, I could spend days in this silence”.                             These are those  moments of silence I enjoy with Ramam, knowing
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