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TwiddleU is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides education for Autistic and neurodiverse children in the greater Atlanta area. Our mission is to provide education, speech, occupational therapy and play therapy for Autistic and neurodiverse children at minimal or no cost to families in need. We are dedicated to involving parents in their child’s education while also providing learning resources and coworking spaces. The combination of in-person, hands- on and digital learning ensures families and their children receive the education, guidance and support needed for a successful future.
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In this course you will learn about how to implement Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) at home. RDI is a parent-led approach that focuses on helping autistic children to develop social skills, think flexibly, understand different perspectives, and learn to engage and form close relationships with others. Unlike traditional therapy, RDI empowers parents and caregivers by making them the leaders of this therapy.
In this course you will learn the basics of how to get your at-home garden started, no matter how much space you may have. In addition, we will cover the easiest plants to grow and the best time of year to plant them, sun exposure, soil type, how much to water your garden, potting vs raised beds and when to harvest.
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Our program provides unconventional ways outside of the traditional classroom for children to learn including , summer camps, in-person, and digital learning.
We provide speech, occupational, and play therapy resources for autistic and neurodiverse children at minimal or no cost to families in need.
Our students learn best through hands-on education and sensory exploration, so we incorporate agriculture and gardening as part of our curriculum.
Parents are encouraged to attend our interactive sessions with their children so that they can incorporate what they’ve learned into their teaching at home.
We incorporate digital learning in all of our programs since technology is a part of every day living
We provide the required books to all of our students. We even offer recommended reading options to parents
We provide RDI training to parents so they can continue educational learning at home
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization specializing in educational training, support, research and program management for the Autism and neurodiverse community.
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