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Autism Puzzle School details specs

Posted by JASPER STEED on March 21, 2018 at 9:05 PM Comments comments (36)

Developing academic skills as well as state and core standards

Our programs cover the required academic skills practiced in school as well as a majority of math and language state and core standards. Our approach to academic learning is is through a multi sensory approach that will help children see the value in the information we are offering.

Our programs are built around cognitive and critical thinking development

Academics are the foundation of elementary school and beyond. However, Cognitive Development and Critical thinking are equally important to a child's learning ability. The learning programs provided by Autism Smiles Llc Inc develop cognitive and critical thinking skills through real world simulation. The brain thinks in terms of reality. Example: here is the word "Apple", think about an apple. Did you think of it in a real world setting or a cartoon setting? All of our activities offer real world pictures, human voice over and instruction.

Real Time Data Collection

The Autism Smiles Llc Inc assesses your students' understanding as they practice each learning activity and generates detailed performance reports based on their progress. With a single click of your mouse, you can view any of NPL's multiple comprehensive reports in real time, which includes everything from cognitive development data to progress toward meeting State and Core Standards. Each report is delivered to teachers and parents helping bridge the communication gap between the parents and their children's elementary school

Autism Smiles Llc Inc provides children access to our learning activities 24/7

All of our programs and data can be accessed by students, teachers and parents from anywhere there is internet access. Additionally, students have the ability to resume their studies from where they left off previously.

The brain only retains information that is found to be useful and interesting.

That is why our programs are scientifically based around the development of the brain. Each activity provides a multi-sensory approach, building connections through virtual, real world simulation while developing critical thinking skills. Below is an example of senses & skills that an activity develops and exercises:



Posted by JASPER STEED on Comments comments (1)
Hi to everyone. Welcome to the holiday season. Those of you who have children on the spectrum know just how challenging these holiday times can be. All the lights, noises, smells and the change in the routines that are so important to them. There are many things that can be done to help with these wonderful, but stressful times. Does anyone care to share some ideas of what has worked for you in the past holiday times? We would love to post them on our Facebook page after all, we are all in this together. Also, since the last blog, we were thinking that it would be interesting to hear your ideas for the name of our blog. Please toss us some ideas and perhaps one of them will be the one picked. Thanks and wishing you all a peaceful start to the season.


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