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Author: Herman
ISBN13: 978-0969338802
Title: Accentuate the Positive: Expressive Arts for Children With Disabilities
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Publisher: Mmb Music (December 1, 1988)

Accentuate the Positive: Expressive Arts for Children With Disabilities by Herman

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Project findings point to positive benefits for teachers, children, and families. Replication site staff showed gains in implementing art activities and making adaptations for children with disabilities. All children participated in developmentally appropriate expressive arts activities and projects without the need for adult-directed activities. Childrens communication skills, social abilities, problem solving skills, expressive abilities, and motor abilities improved and family surveys indicated satisfaction with the project.

Expressive arts for children with disabilities. ISBN13: 9780969338802. Accentuate the Positive: Expressive Arts for Children With Disabilities.

Additionally, expressive arts positively affect function, mood, cognition and behavior. This is particularly evident in children with special needs, such as those with autism, speech impairments, PTSD, developmental disabilities, ADD/ADHD or other mental and behavioral health conditions. Expression through art is a way to help these kids feel a sense of normalcy without judgment, while allowing them to show their individual personality and bring attention to their strengths.

Studies showed a positive effect of music therapy on improving the attention and concentration of students with ADHD (Sze & Yu, 2004). Bailey (2009) showed the decrease in certain undesirable behavior by half after a physical activity intervention. The Effect of Playing Chess on the Concentration of ADHD Students in the 2nd Cycle. Strategies to help children cope with emotions are described.

Expressive Arts Help Heal Expressive arts assist in the healing process by altering a child’s physiology. When children engage in expressive arts, it alerts the parasympathetic system in their brain (Lane, 2005). Their breathing slows, their blood pressure lowers, and the body becomes more relaxed. This helps reduce the physiological hyperarousal, or fight-or-flight response, associated with stress.

According to the children I've spoken to over the past 20 years, the ratio is heavily weighted toward the negative. Far too many children have told me that these daily negative interactions form the core of their communication with their parents. Accentuating the positive – their positives – should be at the core of your communication with your children. It should be your primary intention for talking with your kids.

provides a well tested model for developing arts programs for senior adults both with and without disabilities. The discipline based approach to art education espoused by the Getty Foundation (1985) is also incorporated into the design of many art lessons. with their peers who do not have disabilities. it is our responsibility to understand how and what to do to promote positive inclusive. Community-based means programs that already exist and are operational in the community. quality of life and individualization (Knoll. but simultaneously they should contribute to happiness and complement social growth.

Preface Executive Summary 1. Introduction 2. Children with disabilities Who are children with disabilities? What are the rights of children with disabilities? What barriers do children with disabilities experience? . Children with disabilities are among the most stigmatized and excluded groups of children around the world. They are likely to have poorer health, less education, less economic opportunity when they grow up, and are more likely to live in poverty and deal with greater inequalities than their peers without disabilities. Furthermore, girls with disabilities face even more discrimination due to gender, disability and other compounding factors such as poverty and ethnicity

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