Author: Catherine Faherty

HOW TO BEGIN TO TEACH

The Power of Communication while supporting executive functioning and self-efficacy for young neurodiverse children with autistic styles of learning © Catherine Faherty 1985-2024 I began […]

Thinking About Stimming

Flapping, spinning, jumping, rocking, pacing, flicking… stimming takes many forms. This is a topic that calls for deeper understanding and yes, respect, on the part […]

Communication Form titled, “How Am I Doing?”

Note: Communication Forms are checklists designed specifically to support self-knowledge, communication, and self-advocacy. It is a strategy designed and introduced by Catherine Faherty. Creating your […]

Understanding Friends

A program to educate children about differences; to foster empathy and mutual understanding; with the option of supporting self-expression/self-advocacy by children on the spectrum. Understanding […]

THE MISTAKE GAME

Teachers and parents can follow these instructions on how to make a funny, goofy game about making and correcting mistakes that your students or children […]