By Helen Sonnet
This useful source for individuals operating with adults with studying disabilities offers over 60 periods of enjoyable and fascinating actions that objective to entertain and stimulate the minds of individuals with studying disabilities.
The periods are divided into forms of job together with cookery, arts and crafts, drama and dance, and outdoors occasions. A finished number of various and relaxing actions, this sensible publication additionally includes worthwhile the best way to make sure that periods run easily. the entire actions are attempted and proven by means of skilled practitioners and comprise a key advising the extent of support required, wheelchair person suitability and any comparable health and wellbeing and questions of safety concerned.
excellent to be used in social golf equipment or residential houses, this can be a necessary source for execs and volunteers operating with adults with studying disabilities.
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3. Add stock cube and chopped vegetables to saucepan or pressure cooker (if using pressure cooker add less water and cook for 10 minutes). 4. Cover vegetables with boiling water and simmer for about 25 minutes, until soft. 5. Liquidise in a food processor, or use a potato masher. 6. Transfer into the clean saucepan, and add water to give required consistency. 7. Cooks can use teaspoons to taste the soup and decide if salt and pepper are required. (remind cooks not to put their teaspoons back into the soup once they’ve tasted it using them).
Jumble the body parts up and place in the centre of the table. 4. Each table of participants needs a large sheet of plain paper and a glue stick. 5. On the command ‘Go’, the participants look through the body parts to find the ones that match. They assemble the head, torso and legs and glue them onto their paper. 6. The first team to correctly assemble their figures is the winner. 55 Ac t i v i t i e s f o r a d u lt s w i t h l e a r n i ng d i s a b i l i t i e s What’s in the cushion case? L1; W/Ch Equipment A cushion case, a variety of objects such as a toothbrush, a ball of wool, a small roll of sellotape, a sponge, a plastic cup, a packet of crisps, an orange, a battery, a peg and a spoon.
Before the session, fill one or more cushion cases with about ten objects and close the zip. 2. Ask the participants to sit in a circle. 3. The first participant is handed the cushion case and is allowed to feel the objects inside. 4. The remaining players clap their hands together ten times, at the end of which the person holding the cushion case must try and guess one (only) object hidden inside. 5. If the guess is correct, the leader removes that object and the cushion case is passed to the next player.