Deck The Halls
Nothing will get you in the holiday spirit quicker than decorating your space! You can help your client or participant decorate their home, room or maybe the program they attend. Bonus points if you turn it into a craft and use homemade decorations! Two helpful decorating tips to ensure everyone feels supported and secure:
1. Add an advent calendar to your decoration list to use as a visual tool.
2. Break it up. Don’t overwhelm the individual and keep the fun going on longer by breaking up decorating. Hang a few decorations over the week or month.
Baking Spirits Bright
Cookies, cakes, pies- there are no shortage of baked goods to be had during the holiday season! Jump on the baking trend by teaching a baking class, host a cookie decorating party or even by whipping up some hot cocoa! It’s not only delicious, but a great opportunity to teach independence and cooking skills. Check out these adaptable kitchen appliances to aide in your baking!
No one will feel left out with these reindeer games! Individuals will love the chance to play games with their peers. The best part is that most of these games can be easily adapted to include all levels of abilities. Choose from our favorites listed below!
- Pine Tree Ring Toss
- Snowball Scoop
- Penguin Bowling