Pathways Developmental Learning Center

February 26, 2009

Join Autism_Dev_Therapy Yahoo! Group

Filed under: support group — Tags: , , , , — Pathways @ 11:45 am

This is a group for those with “open minds and open hearts” (to quote a recent post) to discuss and share experiences with various developmentally-oriented therapy approaches used to remediate autism and related disorders. Therapy programs which fall under this category include relationship-based approaches such as Relationship Development Intervention (RDI), DIR/Floortime, SonRise and Miller Method. Neurodevelopmental programs like HANDLE and Brain Gym, and Sensory Integration therapies like Auditory Therapies or Vision Therapy are also discussed. Parents and Professionals are welcome!

To join, just go here: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/autism_dev_therapy/

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January 9, 2009

Upcoming Events

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Upcoming Events

April Choulat will be presenting “Beyond the Labels: Treating Neurodevelopmental Disorders at Their Roots” from 2:00 – 4:30 PM on January 3, 2009 at H.E.L.P. House in Orange Park, FL. This is a community information presentation to educate the public about the HANDLE program, found at http://www.handle.org. To RSVP, please email april@pathwaysdlc.com.

In addition, Pathways Developmental Learning Center, Inc. will be represented at the Beaches Holistic Association Annual Health Fair on Saturday, January 10, 2009. This event will take place at the Neptune Beach Library on 3rd Street from noon to 5 PM.

January 8, 2009

I’m moving to WordPress…

Filed under: Pathways Developmental Learning Center — Tags: , , — Pathways @ 3:07 pm

After investigating wordpress and seeing a few of my fellow bloggers mysteriously make the move, I decided to jump on the bandwagon before I really had a lot of blogging under my belt. So here was my first post on my old blog:

10/28/08

I am excited I will be traveling to Delhi to assist The HANDLE Institute in presenting a 2-day workshop about the HANDLE program. As far as I know there will be about 50 participants in the course, and they are primarily interested in HANDLE to help children with autism spectrum disorders. I truly believe it is a gift to be able to share this knowledge with others, and especially to travel the world and experience other cultures in the process. Dates and location of the course is available on the HANDLE Institute’s website www.handle.org.

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