With Rebecca Shaffer
Play Skills is the third in our series of short videos — My Child is Home… Now What?? — from Rebecca Shaffer, PsyD, director of psychological services at the Cincinnati Fragile X Clinic. Here she give us pointers about how to build play skills while your children are at home, and some great resources for thinking through different play opportunities.
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- My Child is Home… Now What?? Managing Behavior
- My Child is Home… Now What?? Keeping a Routine
After watching the video, please let us know if you have any questions by filling out the form below. We will try to answer as many as we can, and it may even become the subject of a future video from Dr. Shaffer!
more Play Resources
Activity Tips — Managing Emotions, Routines, and Exercise Through Play
From Sesame Street, play and learn activities such as Glitter Jars to help children manage emotions; Potty Time to add playful learning to daily routines; make time for healthy exercise with Move & Groove; and Watch & Learn activities.
Coping during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Yale’s Guide for Families with Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (PDF)
Guidance from the Yale Child Study Center to help provide ideas and support families as they develop new routines within their homes.
printable resources courtesy of dr. shaffer
All are in PDF format, you may download and print.
Links from Dr. Shaffer’s presentation
Video Modeling Play
All are YouTube videos.
Sensory Play Ideas & Resources
Sorting Play Ideas & Resources
Building Play Ideas & Resources
Pretend Play Ideas & Resources
MORE COVID-19 RESOURCES
Dr. Craig Erickson, director of the Cincinnati Fragile X Research and Treatment Center at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital, received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine tells us why it’s safe.
Parents or caregivers of individuals with Fragile X syndrome who has received services via telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible to participate.
As the option to do telehealth visits opened up over the past six months, we have gathered information to help you make the most of your online visit for your child with Fragile X syndrome, whether they are a young child or an adult.