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Some dodgy chav bewy amongst argy-bargy spiffing absolutely bladdered nancy boy cup of tea a load of old tosh porkies.

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Some dodgy chav bewy amongst argy-bargy spiffing absolutely bladdered nancy boy cup of tea a load of old tosh porkies.

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WHAT IS DIRFLOORTIME?

D.I.R. Floortime (also known as Floortime) is an intervention that is used to promote an individual’s development through a respectful, playful, joyful, and engaging process. It uses the power of relationships and human connections to promote engagement, communication, positive behaviors, and thinking. It is based on the DIR® model that was developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan and his colleagues.  It is used around the world by teachers, occupational therapists, speech therapists, mental health professionals, parents, and many others that care for individuals with developmental challenges or other related needs.  It is an evidence-based approach to promoting human development that is used with children, young adults, and even adults…especially those on the autism spectrum.

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WHAT IS
AUTISM?

D.I.R. Floortime (also known as Floortime) is an intervention that is used to promote an individual’s development through a respectful, playful, joyful, and engaging process. It uses the power of relationships and human connections to promote engagement, communication, positive behaviors, and thinking. It is based on the DIR® model that was developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan and his colleagues.  It is used around the world by teachers, occupational therapists, speech therapists, mental health professionals, parents, and many others that care for individuals with developmental challenges or other related needs.  It is an evidence-based approach to promoting human development that is used with children, young adults, and even adults…especially those on the autism spectrum.