Last night, Tara Glennon shared the Wallingford clinic with parents…and, yes, they played with so many things! The CT Autism Resource Center (http://www.autismconnecticut.org/) offered this training session to help parents understand the sensory needs of their children and identify which activities could be incorporated into their daily routines to support these sensory needs. The parents experienced tactile activities (e.g., ball pit, pillow pile), movement experiences (e.g., the zip line and swings), and generated ideas for heavy work activities. While learning, the parents seemed to have fun….
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Tara has been serving on the advisory board of a new venture for teens and young adults on the autism spectrum – the ASD Fitness Center (http://asdfitnesscenter.com/). The fitness center opened in April 2014 and has been expanding their services since that time. Look for the annual Bethany Leapley Scholarship Fund to assist individuals who are unable to afford the cost of joining the fitness center.
The ASD Fitness Center Advisory Board