Forward chaining and backward chaining are techniques used to teach children to learn tasks that have multiple steps. Chaining actively involves the child in the task and helps them to master one step at a time until all steps are mastered.
When we’re out of our usual routine things can get a little stressful for children and parents. To get a routine working well it’s super important to have successful communication of your routine and to transition between activities well.
In response to the COVID-19 health situation, the NDIA have made some changes to the way that participants can access Support Coordination. From 25 March 2020 until 25 September 2020, it is possible to use your Core Supports budget for Support Coordination
The NDIA recently made some important changes to the way that Plan Management can be accessed in response to the COVID-19 health situation. The changes provide more flexibility and make it easier for participants to switch to Plan Management.
In these new and strange times, we’ve all been told to limit the amount of time we spend outside of our homes and not to venture too far. So how can you ensure you and your family are experiencing nature and all its benefits?
With many Queensland children set to “learn from home” for the first 5 weeks of Term 2, parents are understandably feeling anxious about the new role that they will play in their child’s education. As parents, there are lots of “life lessons” we can teach our kids at home and have some fun along the way.
When a child has a disability toilet training can present its own unique challenges and getting started can feel like a big step. It’s ok to feel overwhelmed. In this article we look at some of the common questions we receive from families and responses from our team.
What exactly does “therapy at home” involve for you and your child? Some parents and carers might worry that therapy at home involves replicating in-clinic therapy sessions. This is a daunting task and is not the intention of therapy at home.