Quantas vezes os adultos apresentam esses discursos para as crianças, às vezes, falam tão no automático que nem se dão conta do quanto a criança pode internalizar cada fala mencionada.
Desde pequeninhos, somos ensinados a esconder os nossos sentimentos, a não verbalizar, a fingir que está tudo bem quando não está, em não poder chorar quando um brinquedo quebra ou quando um amigo vai embora. As crianças de hoje, serão os adultos de amanhã e, qual ensinamento estamos oferecendo a eles quando não deixamos que verbalizem o que estão sentindo? Quando falamos que não precisa chorar, quando, na verdade, eles querem derramar litros de lágrimas, quando alguém o magoa e escuta “Não precisa ficar assim!”. Crianças captam, internalizam, verbalizam e se expressam de maneira única, assim precisamos aprender a validar os seus sentimentos, ouvi-las e acolher no momento em que elas só querem serem entendidas e não julgadas.
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Fellow speech therapists... you’ve probably been asked countless number of times... “so what do you actually do?” ... if only I could carry around a badge with this label ...😎
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Wow what a book! Being a teacher, I have a lot of experience working with children with autism, yet this book opened my eyes even further into what it must be like living with Autism. It's easy for me to say what it's like from a teaching perspective, and with all the research in the world (which yes allows me to understand how to provide strategies and support to young people and their families) I could still never understand what it must feel like living with an autism diagnosis until now. This book is written 'Naoki Higashida, a very smart, very self-aware, and very charming thirteen-year-old boy with autism, it is a one-of-a-kind memoir that demonstrates how an autistic mind thinks, feels, perceives, and responds in ways few of us can imagine. Parents and family members who never thought they could get inside the head of their autistic loved one, at last, have a way to break through to the curious, subtle, and complex life within.
Using an alphabet grid to painstakingly construct words, sentences, and thoughts that he is unable to speak out loud, Naoki answers even the most delicate questions that people want to know. Questions such as: “Why do people with autism talk so loudly and weirdly?” “Why do you line up your toy cars and blocks?” “Why don’t you make eye contact when you’re talking?” and “What’s the reason you jump?” (Naoki’s answer: “When I’m jumping, it’s as if my feelings are going upward to the sky.”) With disarming honesty and a generous heart, Naoki shares his unique point of view on not only autism but life itself'
Would definitely recommend as I believe we need to be more understanding of people who do not fit into societies 'norm' (whatever people think that is) -
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My hearing is the most sensitive of all my senses. My vision is sensitive too, and both cause me physical pain, but noise is more omnipresent than bright lights, so I react to it more often. Before a meltdown, my brain latches onto & amplifies various, seemingly innocuous noises in my environment. Noises that are quiet and far away become excruciatingly loud. I don't think the acute sensitivity disappears during the meltdown, rather it's masked by my own crying/ screaming, and sometimes hitting (SIB). .
Autistic people frequently engage in SIB (self-injurious behavior) during meltdowns, because pain is the one sensation that is prioritized above all others in the brain (it's an evolutionary thing- if you're hurt, it's the brain's first priority to focus on that to make sure you survive). Since the brain has to pay attention to the pain of SIB, it can no longer pay attention to sound, light, or emotion. So, SIB is a way for autistic people to minimize the distress they feel because of environmental stimuli, because pain is so effective at drawing one's attention away from the other senses. However, SIB can be dangerous, so autistic people need to be able to develop coping strategies that achieve the same result: distraction from environmental stimuli. .
The replacement that helps me the most during SIB is squeezing things, being squeezed, or other forms of intense deep pressure. Some autistic people like to hold or chew on ice cubes, or shred pieces of paper. I think the latter two options are good if the autistic person is having a meltdown alone. However, the overwhelming majority of my meltdowns so far have been around friends and family members. In those scenarios, deep pressure is the most effective and easily accessible option. (I'll continue this in the comments, since I have one more paragraph to write but it's too long for the character limit) ~Eden🐢
Atividade com os fundamentos do futsal - Os Fundamentos do Futsal são as técnicas utilizadas durante o jogo de Futsal. São fundamentos do Futsal o domínio ou recepção da bola, o controle de bola, a condução de bola, o passe, o chute, o cabeceio, o drible e a finta. Onde também trago o jogo da memória, trabalhando o cognitivo dos alunos. O desenvolvimento motor, cognitivo e afetivo, andam de forma integrada no processo da atividade da cultura corporal. .
Detalhando a atividade: foi separado duas equipes, onde conduzido a bola os alunos tem que ir até os cones e verificar se tem uma plaquinha, cada plaquinha tem uma numeração e quando todas as plaquinhas forem achadas fazemos a soma dos pontos (trabalhando a matemática) e a equipe que somar mais pontos vence a rodada. 🔹📲 Usem a TAG: ⤵️
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