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#1 of 4 Old 10-07-2006, 04:16 PM - Thread Starter
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thanks so much for this wonderful essay Fay and all the resources! I am very interested in Steven Gutstein's book. Just spend some time on his website...Have also heard about the floortime model but can't find that much info on it....
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That was very well written, I have a child with SID and play therapy really helped when he was a young child (he's looking over my shoulder so i have to make it quick ) We use alot of pillows still and he really needs the pressure of being buried in a big pile of pillows. You sound like an amazing mama, Keep it up, and keep writing

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Artemisia, the Greenspan book "The Child With Special Needs" has long been considered the "Floortime Bible," but his newer book "Engaging Autism" is much more detailed and offers a scientific study demonstrating the effectiveness of Floortime. If the Floortime concept of "circles of communication" seems vague, then I highly recommend the book "Giggle Time" by Susan Sonders. She gives page after page of solid examples of verbal & non-verbal communicative turn-taking. She proves beyond any doubt that all behavior is communication.

Some parents already practice Floortime intuitively and don't need any instruction. It's all about going back to our instinctive playfulness.

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