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Autism. JiM Club Magazine (formerly: JiM Club Newsletter) is a magazine created for JiM Club members. It is a collection of information about autism, created by specialists from the JiM Foundation and a dose of knowledge from other JiM Club members.
All Club members receive the magazine in paper form twice a year. We want you to have access to the knowledge available in the magazines whenever you need it.


Therapists of the JiM Foundation have prepared for you tools that facilitate daily work with your child also
in the home environment. We point out where to look for support and suggest how to help people with autism maintain their daily routine.



● How not to lose motivation to act in times of pandemic?

● How to deal with stress?

● How to help a child tame anger?

● How to support a child in returning to school after a pandemic?

● A child on the autism spectrum at school

● Support for adults with autism, their parents and caregivers


To enable Parents and Caregivers of people on the autism spectrum to continue exercising at home, JiM Foundation Therapists have prepared sets of exercises in various areas:

  • PLAYS - exercises usually addressed to a small group of people (some of them can be performed in pairs), during which instructions of the instructor are carried out, often accompanied by music. Games require the ability to select information coming in from the environment, cooperation, eye-hand coordination. Healthy competition skills are also practiced during these activities.
  • CATEGORIES AND CONNECTIONS, or exercises that involve noticing common features of objects, differentiating features, and organizing them according to a certain rule. In this way, logical thinking, reasoning, focusing attention and visual analysis are developed.
  • SOCIAL SKILLS, that is, all the skills needed to establish and maintain relationships with others. They help us better understand the emotions, behavior and intentions of others.
  • SELF-ASSISTANCE, or exercises that develop the child's readiness to undertake activities without the help of others. It is the formation of self-care skills, as well as coping with various life situations.
  • LOGOPEDIC EXERCISES - within this category there are proposals for games and exercises to improve the motor skills of the organs of speech, that is, articulatory gymnastics. Next to it are exercises to enrich vocabulary and stimulate phonemic hearing, attention and auditory memory.
  • GRAPHOMOTORICS are tasks aimed at improving writing and drawing skills, as well as imitating movements. Graphomotor exercises prepare the child for independent writing and drawing.
  • SMALL MOTORITY EX ERCISES - exercises to improve the work of the hand and fingers. Exercises in the field of fine motor skills affect the development of: control of hand and finger movements, manipulation of held objects, grasping ability, and coordinated use of both hands.
  • LARGE MOTORITY EXERCISE is a motor activity that involves the whole body and effectively stimulates the nervous system. It involves the development of motor skills, which include such skills as walking, running, jumping, overcoming obstacles, playing ball, throwing and aiming activities.
  • MATHEMATICS - serves the formation of abstract, logical, cause and effect thinking, teaches counting, recalculation, and develops the ability to understand simple and complex commands.


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