Our ‘celebratory’ Mindstretch Newsletter 12 is now available. My thanks to all who have supported me and Mindstretch since we began our work in the early 2000s, and also to those involved in and/or supporting Mindstretch Preschool, now in its fourth year. With gratitude, Jennifer
Please click here to download our Mindstretch Newsletter 11. It features an essay by the grandmother of our website ‘poster boy,’ Oame. One of the founding pupils from January 2014, Oame is now in Grade 2, and he is flourishing. Thanks too to Philna Badenhorst for her article on music therapy.
Mindstretch Newsletter 10 is available. The central article considers the importance of brain interhemispheric integration. Necessary if our children are to achieve their best. Thanks go to Katie Hamilton for her update on autism research at UCT.
Issue 9 of the Mindstretch Newsletter is available. Thank you to Jacqui Couper for her article on early intervention. And, thank you to everyone who has helped Mindstretch to serve our young learners and wider community in 2016!
The latest edition of our newsletter is available for download here: Mindstretch Newsletter 8. Read how children with autism may experience ‘a world moving too fast,’ and learn some tips for maximising good sleep. Perhaps also register for one of our upcoming events.
Mindstretch Newsletter Issue 7 is available via this link – or sign up to receive future copies emailed direct. In the newsletter, we share one parent’s journey finding the right placement for her child, describe how a simple ‘crazy straw’ can be therapeutic, and introduce The Academy for Adults with Autism. We also share Mindstretch highlights from the past […]
The latest edition of the Mindstretch Newsletter is available for download here: Mindstretch Newsletter 6. In it we cover the benefits of yoga, and give tips on beginning drumming to promote a child’s bilateral brain hemisphere integration, among other topics…
Download our November 2015 Newsletter here and learn more about auditory processing and games to improve listening, among other topics.
Our August 2015 Newsletter is available and can be downloaded here. We would love to receive any comments or suggestions you might have.
Click here for Mindstretch Newsletter 3. Please download our third Mindstretch Newsletter and read more about everything from hula hoops to genetic influences in autism. We hope you enjoy it and we welcome your feedback.