Make a Cheese Sandwich is a step by step visual recipe to use when making a cheese sandwich. This is a resource from www.surreyplace.ca . They have lots of great resources on their website to access. The best way to learn how to make a meal is to practice it over and over. When you have a recipe it can help you remember what steps to follow. You can do this! Post a picture in the comments once you have completed it so we can all cheer your success. Happy eating.
Category Archives: Information sharing
Cooking up the right tools for success!
My two favorite things…food, and apps or websites that promote building a person’s independent ability…like the one I found called LOOK, COOK, AND EAT. Continue reading
I think I need to go to camp!
I have to say, I love when I hear about programs that have been created to provide opportunities for the development and growth of an individual’s skills and abilities…combine that in a camp setting with a lake, trails, camp fire, water tubing, horseback riding, songs, and crafts…well, you see where I’m going with this right? Continue reading
Still just reading…
I am seriously addicted to looking things up on the internet. Thank you to my employer who allows this skill to be a part of my job .
I have found more websites that may prove useful, if not at least interesting…I hope. Continue reading
Through The Looking Glass
When planning to blog about available resources, the title “through the looking glass” would not escape my head; I knew it was the title of an iconic book, but what did it really mean? So I looked it up, and the first definition to pop up on Google states “Through the looking glass is a metaphorical expression. It means: on the strange side, in the twilight zone, in a strange parallel world.”
Now, I have to tell you, when I hear parents talk about trying to get all the information, they voice being confused, angry, and frustrated. They feel like they are missing some vital link that can make sense of what Passport funding is, what services are available, what to consider if hiring a PSW for a family member… and to me it feels like they are trying to see through this fabled mirror into a strange parallel world; no wonder they are exhausted! Continue reading