INTRODUCTORY BOOKLET is an excerpt from the first chapter of the Leader's Guide. It is an overview of the program. Parents often use it as resource to give to a teacher to have them understand what they are doing with their child. Therapists often give this booklet to parents to understand what their child is working on in therapy. Teachers often appreciate this concise summary of what the child might be learning at home or with their therapist. This 24-page booklet provides the underlying theory and key concepts of the Alert Program in an easy-to-read fashion. It can be shared with other parents, teachers and therapists who want to enhance students' self-regulation. In addition, the booklet has been widely used as a stand-alone source for those familiar with sensory processing and self-regulation theory. Use this outstanding, concise resource to promote understanding and to support your educational and theraputic programs. BookletIf one can engage this part of the brain, it will send messages to the center part of the brain, which in turn, will help the body attain an optimal arousal state or engine level. One of the ways that the back part of the brain can be engaged isanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Introduction to "How Does Your Engine Run?"|
|Author||:||Mary Sue Williams, Sherry Shellenberger|
|Publisher||:||TherapyWorks, Inc. - 1996|