When we work with our students, the goal is never to enforce adherence to structure, but to allow activities to be the vehicle that teaches it.
Our Students are developing Executive Function through physical activity. Exercise is not just good for the body; it's fuel for the brain.
By: Rae Jacobson
The notion that physical activity has a positive impact on ADHD isn’t new, but a recent study showing regular physical activity decreased the severity of ADHD symptoms and improved cognitive functioning in children has a lot of people talking about the future of exercise as a treatment for ADHD.
“Besides improving fitness, motor function, and behavior in individuals with autism…physical activity can promote self-esteem, increase general levels of happiness, and can lead to positive social outcomes…”
By: Kirsten Weir
By: Christopher Bergland
We're here to listen. Let's discuss it and plan the next step together.