Model Me Faces & Emotions?
New Release! Model Me Faces & Emotions™
Music Therapy Meets Video Modeling
The Model Me Faces & Emotions™ DVD demonstrates a variety of emotions and facial expressions through peer modeling. Geared toward children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, NLD, and developmental delays, the video is narrated with songs by music therapist Rachel Rambach.
A visual teaching tool for parents, teachers, and therapists.
Run Time: Approx. 27 min.
Includes DVD plus free photo CD and lyrics.
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Model Me KidsAlso recently released:
Model Me Confidence ™
Models skills for building self-esteem including self-advocacy, choosing friends, positive self-talk, and more. Bonus DVD on bullying geared toward parents, schools, and therapists, featuring Asperger’s guru Nick Dubin.
*Featured in the Examiner
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Learn more about studies on the effectiveness of video modeling in teaching social skills to children with autism spectrum disorders.
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Janet McTarnaghan from Community Autism Resources (CAR) will be holding an eight week session of the social skills group, Social-Lites, at The Arc of NBC’s Attleboro office. The group will be for children between the ages of 7-17 years-old. Groups are generally kept to no more than six participants, age and gender are considered before formulating a group. Groups are formed by age and compatibility of the children. If your child’s age group is selected, you will be contacted to set up a brief screening to insure compatibility of participants. If you have any questions, or to request an application, please call Janet McTarnaghan at 508-379-0371 extension 12, or e-mail her at JanetMcTarnaghan@community-autism-resources.com
Resource Specialist, Community Autism Resources
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The Schwartz Center for Children in Dartmouth, MA will be holding another session in a free lecture series. This next presentation addresses autism in very young children. Please feel free to include in any newsletters you may have, or forward to any families that might be interested in attending. Thank you so much for your time.
Schwartz Center for Children Free lecture series
“Recognition of Autism in Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers”
Presented by: Dr. Stephen Sheinkopf, Brown University
Date: Monday, January 25, 2010
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Schwartz Center for Children, 1 Posa Place, Dartmouth, MA 02747
RSVP: Lauren Moreau, 508-996-3391 x427, firstname.lastname@example.org
This session will review the diagnostic criteria for Autism Spectrum Disorders and how it is adapted for diagnosing infants and toddlers. Recent advances in early screening and diagnosis as well as some of the current limitations to early diagnosis will be discussed. A review of on-going research at Brown will be used as an example of efforts to identify signs of autism in very early infancy.
Finally, we will discuss the impact of early diagnosis on families, and the process and challenges for early screening in Early Intervention programs.