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September 2017 Newsletter

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STAGES NEWS: Information, Resources & More!


Link4fun is launching on The Grommet!

We are thrilled to announce that our Link4fun line has been selected for feature on The Grommet. The Grommet specializes in innovative products from creative small businesses and only selects 3% of all reviewed products for feature! Keep an eye out for ways to share our news next week when we officially launch on The Grommet!

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Can Horseback Riding Help Children with Autism?
Equine therapy, or horse-assisted therapy, can provide children with autism with an opportunity to improve cognitive and language skills, motor skills, and social skills. More specifically, hippotherapy is a type of equine therapy which must be performed by trained therapists who use the horse’s movements to systematically improve a patient’s sensory and motor skills.

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Link4fun Cards Win The National Parenting Award Seal of Approval!

We are proud to announce that our Link4Fun Cards have received The National Parenting Award Seal of Approval. The Seal of Approval program continues the efforts of The National Parenting Center, which was chartered in 1989 to help create better informed parents as they tackle the challenges and enjoy the many rewards of parenting. 

Learn more about our seal of approval or buy your own Link4fun Cards here!


10 Tips for Teaching Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

All children have unique learning needs, but children with Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD require a little extra guidance and support. Whether you’re a parent or teacher, it’s essential to understand what a child with autism needs and how you can help them learn better.



Autism in the News:

Spectrum News, August 24.
Children with autism, as a group, are genetically more similar to one another than to a group of their unaffected siblings, a new study suggests. The findings support the notion that people with the condition share common inherited variants that boost autism risk.
NBC Southern California, August 27.
A 21-year-old artist with autism doesn't let physical challenges get in the way of his passion: painting.


Thanks again for visiting our site and checking out our resources! We hope you find them to be useful in your home, classroom and daily life!

Warm Regards,

Angela Nelson


President, Stages Learning Materials