To GRASP means to understand and to hold. It’s our job as parents and professionals to learn how to help our children while they are still in our hands and guide them in the right way to be as independent as possible. There is so much that we can do to help children develop daily skills, strength and self-esteem.
We are launching our first product called The GraspRite Method. This book is:
- an A to Z manual of exercises and activities for you and your child
- a quick and easy guide to helping your child develop the essential fine and gross motor skills every elementary schooler needs
- developmentally appropriate for children ages 3 to 7 years old
This method has been tested and used successfully for children with Autism and other developmental challenges. The method is based on the principles of anatomy, Kinesiology, sensory integration, sensory processing, and motor learning. The exercises and activities are organized in a way that makes them fun and easy to learn.
We are planning to use sales of this new book to support a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose main focus is serving individuals with autism and their families. We had only heard of a few large Autistic non-profit charity organizations. We sought input from colleagues on the best organization to donate to and there was an over whelming response with more organizations suggested then we could have imagined.
We realized that there is a need for people to gain awareness of all of the many Autistic charity organizations available. With Autism Awareness Day coming on April 2nd we are launching the GraspRite Giveaway to raise awareness of Autistic charity organizations.
We are planning to use sales of The GraspRite Method to support a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose main focus is serving individuals with autism and their families. The GraspRite Giveaway is a contest to help us determine which organization we should support.
– 1 vote per person
– 1 email per person
– must be 18 years old and above to enter