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ABLE accounts are tax-advantaged savings accounts for people who developed significant disabilities before their 26th birthday. ABLE accounts are similar to 529 education accounts, and they are administered state-by-state, not by the U.S. federal government. “The distributions are for qualified disability expenses, which include education; housing; transportation; employment training and support; assistive technology and related…
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It’s important to make sure the tasks are age appropriate so that the child will not become bored with tasks that are really too easy for them or frustrated by tasks that they are unable to complete. *Match, sort & categorize items by size, shape, or color. *Grip objects & stack them or place them…
Improving Brain Executive Functions.
The more aware adults are of how to develop these skills in children, the greater the possibility children can overcome an executive function deficit. Inhibition: The ability to control impulses or stop a behavior. Initiation: The ability to start projects in a timely and adequate manner. Mental Flexibility: The ability to assimilate new information into…
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Therapy or Service Assistance Dog?
Guide dogs: for people who are blind or with visual impairments. Hearing dogs: for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Service dogs: for people with disabilities other than vision or hearing, such as physical disabilities, psychiatric disabilities, autism, seizures, and other medical conditions. Visit an animal shelter. Watch the reaction/interaction of the child…