Tools of the Mind is a research-based early childhood program that builds strong foundations for school success by promoting intentional and self-regulated learning in preschool- and kindergarten-aged children. Tools’ instructional philosophy is rooted in cutting edge neuropsychological research on the development of self-regulation/executive functions in children.
Struggling to get your toddler to sleep? What to do when bedtime becomes a battle.
Establishing Joint Attention: Therapy for Children Who Aren’t Tuned In
Echolalia: When Children Repeat What You Say. Some is normal for younger children, but when relying on echolalia when older, this may be a problem.
Increase Control, Reduce Child Anxiety – A Quick Drawing Exercise
Having some control over the outcomes of situations in life affects levels of anxiety. For example, if your child has some control over the grade on their next test, this can translate to less anxiety. This might seem obvious, but here’s the thing that’s...
How To Prompt A Child With Autism Effectively | ABA Therapists
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