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Date: 7/15/2013 9:37 PM UTC

Click below for the one hour webinar on Autism and the HANDLE Approach. 

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Date: 7/15/2013 9:35 PM UTC

Click below for the link to the hour webinar on reflexes and attention.

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Date: 7/2/2013 10:53 PM UTC

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 Encouraging Development Over the Summer: a webinar by Janet L. Oliver
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Date: 4/23/2013 8:10 PM UTC

I Did It (Sort of): Presenting the Beta Versions of Fusion Webinars

Reflexes for Learning Handwriting  

This is the link to the Free webinar on Handwriting and Reflexes.  Click on the link below, when you hear the music stop the palying and move the slide bar to 3:00 (it may take some buffering) to get to the presentation. It should play for the next 160 days of so.



Why Do They Do That?

This is the link to the HANDLE Community Information Meeting. Clink on the link below and stop the player at the top left. Move the slide bar until it says 6:30 and then hit play, otherwise you will hear the sound checks and a telephone call and other really boring things. 

Why Do They Do That?

 Reflexes for Living and Learning: Vision

This one starts with a big laugh, but gets right into it. As we continue these will hopefully improve.

Reflex for Living and Learning: Vision

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Date: 5/21/2012 2:24 PM UTC


Our spatial awareness of the spatial world affects every aspect of our development, including our language and social interactions. It may seem like an odd thought that our language and social relationships hinge on our perception of space. What at first may seem like a bizarre idea may become clearer if we look at the language we use when interacting with others. Our English language uses spatial words to discuss our relationship with others. For example:
                Young people need to find themselves.
                We have to face ourselves.
                We  get around what others say.
    We should try and stand in his or her shoes.
                We need to into another’s perspective.
                We may need a go between.
                We stand behind our friends.
The italicized words are at their root about space. Because our development in space is such a fundamental one, it is sometimes difficult to see how much we depend on it. It is only when we experience those with a lack of body sense development that we can understand. 

The direct developmental link of the reflexes to body sense awareness in the parietal lobe and its interaction with the Wernicke's area of speech processing is the quickest way to improve language processing issues. For more information sponsor or attend Fusion Training course: Reaching Out: Body Space, Language and Social Interaction.

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