jupiterpurple (jupiterpurple) wrote in spectrum_parent,

alternate therapy

Some time ago I asked for input and stories of things that have helped your autistic kids. Things that are not traditional therapies.
My own son had guitar lessons, cooking lessons, and was "forced" to play board games. All of which were beneficial. Well, I was asking for other examples because I want to start an alternate therapy center for kids with autism and want a large base of activities from which to draw.
I spoke to my sister the other day, who taught my son cooking, and she said she would teach cooking or other crafts if I could open a center. We got some good ideas put together, and today I started my application for a grant.
I am still interested in any stories or activities that have helped ASD kids.

Just an FYI
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