On my Mind, In my Heart: M & H Blog
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The playful approach & emotional regulation for children with ASD
By Ms Kylie Hinde, Provisional Psychologist at Minds & Hearts Play is recognised as a child’s main form of communication and it is essential to engaging children. Piaget’s work, which positions children as learning through doing, experimenting and discovering was...
Pragmatics is the use of language in a social context / communication
By Naomi Francis, Speech Therapist at Minds & Hearts You may have heard of the term “pragmatics” before, but never thought much of it. In its simplest form, pragmatics, or “social communication” is the use of language in a social context. When communicating with...
Adolescents, Sex Education and Asperger’s Syndrome
By Dr Wesley Turner, Clinical Psychologist at Minds & Hearts The onset of puberty is often a stressful time for adolescents and parents alike. It is time typically of particular concern to parents of adolescents with Asperger’s Syndrome. While the ups and downs of...