Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Autism’


PCDA Open House, Variety Show & Russian Nights

PCDA Open House, Variety Show & Russian Nights
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Play room, a gym, kitchens, music, and a play yard. Professional Child Development Associates invites families, friends, professionals, and the public at large to its open house on May 24. PCDA is committed to improving the lives of children and young adults with autism and other developmental challenges. Its programs include music, a creative arts […]

Sensory Story Time

Sensory Story Time

Sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch. These are the means by which we receive and perceive external stimulus. Many children don’t have the ability to effectively integrate information from their senses, especially if there is an element of visual or auditory overload. For kids who may have a hard time sitting still while being read […]

On This Farm You’ll Have Some Fun

On This Farm You’ll Have Some Fun

Put on your overalls and grab your wellies; Danny’s Farm is having a Barnyard Benefit this Saturday. Located high in Altadena, Danny’s Farm was inspired by a young man named Danny Gott, who has an incredible fondness for animals as well as autism.His parents, former Dodger pitcher Jim Gott and his wife, Cathy, created this […]

The Different Child

The Different Child

HBO’s current film, Temple Grandin, stars Claire Danes as the noted author, animal husbandry expert, and unlikely heroine for many families affected by autism. I found the film spellbinding on several levels. As a teacher, I love any uplifting portrayal of the educator who never gives up, one who sees potential in even the most […]

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