Conference: Resilience, Recovery and Relationship

Gordon Neufeld is a well known developmental psychologist, writer and presenter, perhaps best known for his work on attachment between parents and their children.  Martin Brokenleg is a psychologist noted for his work with First Nations and at-risk children.  They will be presenting together in Winnipeg on November 21-23.  If you want to learn more about the importance of relationships […]

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Cooking Together at the Rehabilitation Centre for Children

A couple of years ago, my son had cancer. During his treatment and recuperation, he developed an interest in Youtube cooking videos. As he got better, I wondered if that could lead to an interest in real-life cooking. We enrolled in the Saturday Cooking Club at the Rehabilitation Centre for Children.  Each session focuses on one open-ended recipe.  To start, […]

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Ten ASD Friendly Things to Do at Christmas in Winnipeg

The Christmas season is upon us!  We all like making and enjoying seasonal traditions, but sometimes things can be overwhelming for kids who have sensory differences.  The following activities are autism-friendly, in the sense that it’s possible to find quiet spaces when you need one, or choose how much time you want to spend, or choose times when things are […]

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Hooray for the Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation

Sometimes we get e-mail at ADAPT from people who want to donate to a charity that supports developmental autism programs. There’s a few out there, one organization we like to steer people to is the Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation. The Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation supports the Relate Program offered at Specialized Services for Children and Youth (SSCY), which is housed in the […]

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