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Comic Strip Conversations and Social Stories

Carol Gray, a consultant for people with autism, created two interventions using visuals to teach social skills. One of them is called Social Stories and the other is Comic Strip Conversations. Using story and comic strips as methods to teach … Continue reading

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Goals and Intentions

Happy 2016, readers! I’ve recently joined Blogging University which is a WordPress course about growing as a blogger. Neurons and Salads has a lot to offer and I want to be better at making writing for this blog happen. The … Continue reading

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The Therapeutic Qualities of Improv

Improv is a form of theater where nothing is rehearsed, no lines have been memorized and anything can happen. It is not only a type of theater but is also a way to learn many important life skills. The philosophy … Continue reading

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