By Helen Sonnet
This important source for individuals operating with adults with studying disabilities presents over 60 periods of enjoyable and interesting actions that target to entertain and stimulate the minds of individuals with studying disabilities.
The periods are divided into kinds of job together with cookery, arts and crafts, drama and dance, and outdoors occasions. A finished choice of assorted and relaxing actions, this useful booklet additionally comprises priceless the best way to make sure that classes run easily. the entire actions are attempted and demonstrated through skilled practitioners and comprise a key advising the extent of support required, wheelchair consumer suitability and any similar future health and questions of safety concerned.
excellent to be used in social golf equipment or residential houses, this can be an important source for pros and volunteers operating with adults with studying disabilities.
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What to do 1. Prepare one or two tables with the equipment, depending on the number of helpers available. 2. Invite the participants, a few at a time, to come to the tables and make their plaques. 3. Participants should be shown how to glue their names onto the plaque and decorate the surrounding space. 4. The plaque is completed by punching holes at the top and threading through a length of wool or ribbon for hanging. 33 Ac t i v i t i e s f o r a d u lt s w i t h l e a r n i ng d i s a b i l i t i e s Shell pots L2; W/Ch; M; !
6. When the photos are ready, slip them into the frame through the open edge. 42 A r t s a nd C r a f t s Door-handle hangers L2; W/Ch; ! – scissors Equipment the template (shown in Figure 1), rectangles of card large enough to fit the template, scissors. ) What to do 1. Prepare one or two tables with the equipment, depending on the number of helpers available. 2. Invite the participants, a few at a time, to the tables. 3. Ask the participants to draw and cut out the card (with help if necessary), using the template.
On one side of the bones write an instruction such as: under chin, between 2 fingers, between thumb and elbow, between knees, behind ear, between teeth, between shoulder and ear, under arms, choose where it goes and give to another pair to hold. What to do 1. Invite the players to find a partner. In each pair, one is the dog and must hold the bones (a suitable role for wheelchair users) and the other is the dresser. 2. The pairs stand in a large circle, surrounded by the audience (any members who prefer to play), leaving the centre space empty.
Activities for adults with learning disabilities : having fun, meeting needs by Helen Sonnet