Frequently Asked Questions – Child Development
We totally understand that while enrolling your child in any child care centre, There must be Gargantuan questions to ask about child development. Here we have gathered some returning questions. That is most frequently asked by our clients.
yes, we are covered by the Ontario program and some privet insurance.
Yes, there is a difference while both methods are valid methods. Development therapy deals with the behavioral and development of a child. By looking at the development blocks that are missing. We did not look at the chart age as the starting point. We look for the current position.
Yes, we provide workshops for schools and parents to teach them about the diagnostic of the child and how the child looks at the world.
At this point in time, we only provide home-based therapy and in schools.
OUR Frequently Asked Questions for Parents Here!
This worksheet may be used as a template to communicate with families of students with autism spectrum disorders. It should not be viewed as an endpoint in itself. It is meant to begin the discussion of classroom issues and challenges between educators and families.
- What are your child’s areas of strength? ____________________
2. What types of things work best for your child in terms of rewards and motivation? ____________________________________________________
3. Does your child have any balance, coordination, or physical challenges that impede his or her ability to participate in gym class?
- How does your child best communicate with others?
Spoken language Written language
Sign language Communication device
Combination of the above (please describe): ______________ ____________________________________________________
- Does your child use echolalia(repeating words without regard for meaning)? Never Sometimes Frequently
- Do changes in routine or transitions to new activities affect your child’s behavior? Never Sometimes Frequently
If yes, what types of classroom accommodations can I make to help your child adapt to change and transitions? __________________________
4. Does your child have any sensory needs that I should be aware of?
If yes, what type of sensitivity does the student have?
Visual Auditory Smells Touch Taste
5. What kinds of adaptations have helped with these sensitivities in the past? ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________
6. What behaviors related to autism spectrum disorder am I most likely to see at school?
7. Are there triggers for these behaviors?
Sensory sensitivity Change in schedule or routine
Social attention Escape a boring task
8. In your experience, what are the best ways to cope with these challenges and get
your child back on task? _________________________________
- Is there anything else you think I should know about your child? __ ____________________________________________________
- What is the best approach for us to use in communication with one another about your child’s progress and challenges?
- Telephone calls – Phone numbers: ______________________
- E-mails – Addresses: _________________________________
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