- Training for teachers and parents on working with or raising children with atypical development.
- Training about the benefits of free play to children’s social, emotional, creative, and cognitive development.
- The different sequences of brain development
- Communicating about development disorders with parents, in the family, among parents and with teachers.
- How to make inclusion happen in the classroom through guided play activities.
- 365 sensory play activities for teachers and parents, tailor-made to the children groups’ needs, joyful, experiential, and adaptable
- Searchable based on age, play type, skills, and competencies to develop, tools needed, number of players, etc.
- To consciously select play activities for home use and carry out targeted developmental games to improve skill deficiencies.
- To inspire outdoor play for classroom communities during recess time.
- Joyful physical activities at open air stimulate the brain and make it more absorptive for learning.
- Advice on building safe and structured play areas outside with simple practices that promote physical activity, social inclusion, and joyful development through play.
- Inclusive and safe spaces for children with atypical development to play together with their neurotypical friends in an inspiring environment, guided by trained professionals.
- To equally take part in play activities with classmates and friends.
- To facilitate social inclusion and build social cohesion.
- Specially designed outdoor play installations, providing various alternatives for play and bonding, while developing children’s motoric, creative, social, and emotional skills.
- Safe, easy to compile and encourage social interactions.
- We promote the guidance of a conscious and trained adult moderating play in diverse children communities.