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Advance, The Nation's Occupational Therapy Magazine

 

By Janine Wiskind, November 27, 2006

 

Watch & Learn (To Write)

A mother and an OT create a video that helps a boy with autism learn to write.

 

Six-year-old Ryan Ellis was diagnosed with autism at 3-and-a-half. At that age, he was non-verbal and did not know the difference between a pillow and a remote control. Susan Ellis, Ryan's mom, did not want to leave their home because it was too difficult to deal with his tantrums and difficult behaviors out in public.

 

Ryan's Struggle

 

Six-year-old Ryan Ellis was diagnosed with autism at 3-and-a-half. At that age, he was non-verbal and did not know the difference between a pillow and a remote control. Susan Ellis, Ryan's mom, did not want to leave their home because it was too difficult to deal with his tantrums and difficult behaviors out in public.

 

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CNN

 

By Miriam Falco, CNN September 4, 2006

 

Inside autism, What's a parent to do?

 

When ordinary services fail, they find their own ways and their frustration leads to sharing what worked for their child with others, in the event it may help another child.

Susan Ellis from Marietta, Georgia, is just one of many such parents. Her son Ryan couldn't learn how to write.

 

Along with his occupational therapist, Marnie Danielson, Ryan's mom created a video using chants and it worked for him. Like many parents, she shares her success because it may work for another child with autism. She's made her videos commercially available via her Web site.

 

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Atlanta Parent, Atlanta's No. 1 Parenting Magazine

 

November 2006

 

justkids f.y.i. Alphabet Beats DVD: A new tool to help kids learn to write letters.

 

HAS YOUR CHILD EVER STRUGGLED TO WRITE? This DVD created by local mom Susan Ellis and occupational therapist, Marnie Danielson uses a multi-sensory approach to teach children how to write the alphabet.

 

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Marietta Daily Journal, Lifestyle

 

By Erin J. Murrin, Marietta Daily Journal Staff Writer, November 5, 2006

 

Time for TV - East Cobb women create video to help autistic children learn to write.

 

Five-year-old Ryan Ellis is a pro at writing now. But a few years ago, Ryan who was diagnosed with the developmental disorder autism at 3-years-old, refused to pick up a pen.

 

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The TV TEACHER™

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September 3, 2015

 

The TV Teacher celebrates 10 years of breakthroughs for Autism, Down syndrome, and others learning to write.  The TV Teacher, LLC™, the creator of five award-winning handwriting programs, is celebrating ten years of helping children with special needs learn to write.

 

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February 5, 2014

 

App makes award-winning program available globally for Autism, ADD & Down Syndrome.  The TV Teacher, LLC™, creator of the award-winning DVD handwriting program, Alphabet Beats™, announces the launch of its 5-star rated iPad app focusing on lowercase letters.

 

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January 30, 2013

 

New Fun Foundations just released--Better muscle tone for better handwriting.

 

The TV Teacher, LLC™, creator of the award-winning program, Alphabet Beats™, announces that its fifth handwriting program DVD, Fun Foundations for Handwriting™ is now available.

 

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July 21, 2010

 

Program to help Autism, ADD & Down Syndrome--now available in Canada!

 

 

The TV Teacher, LLC™, creator of the award-winning program, Alphabet Beats™, announces that its handwriting program is now available in Canada.

 

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September 25, 2009

 

Georgia Children with Autism Receive Programs on Saturday–Surprise Donation

 

The TV Teacher, LLC™, in conjunction with the local Georgia chapter of the Autism Society of America (ASA), will surprise many parents this Saturday, September 26th, by donating hundreds of dollars worth of the award-winning handwriting program, Alphabet Beats™, for their children in need.

 

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January 7, 2009

 

"The TV Teacher, LLC announces the donation of their video-modeling programs to special-needs classes in select New York City schools: Queens, The Bronx, and Harlem.The award-winning handwriting program, Alphabet Beats™ was co-created by Susan Ellis, a mother struggling to help her frustrated five-year-old son with Autism learn to write the alphabet. After an unsuccessful two years of “traditional” therapy, she realized . . ."

 

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August 14, 2008

 

The TV Teacher, LLC™ announces the release of its third DVD: “Strokes, Shapes & Scenes”™. This new, innovative and fun educational video helps children learn pre-writing and creative drawing. “Most children with Autism really struggle with abstract thinking”, says Susan Ellis, . . ."

 

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May 12, 2008

 

"Two entrepreneurs, so confident about their new handwriting product and how it has helped thousands of special needs children across the country, are giving away hundreds of demonstration DVDs for free! . . ."

 

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December 28, 2007

 

"We are proud to donate 5% of our last year's proceeds to great companies like Autism Society of America (ASA)." Cindy Pike, Executive Director of ASA-Greater Georgia Chapter, stated, "We are honored to be the first recipient of the The TV Teacher's charity donation program. .."

 

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October 10, 2007

 

The TV Teacher, LLC is proud to announce the endorsement of its educational videos, Alphabet Beats, by public school systems in Georgia, New York, Iowa, Texas, and Minnesota. These videos, designed to teach children how to write the alphabet, are now being used in schools from Key West, Florida to California.

 

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May 8, 2006

 

The TV Teacher, LLC is proud to announce its first installment of education videos: Alphabet Beats. The video - developed by Susan Ellis and Occupational Therapist, Marnie Danielson - uses a multi-sensory approach to teach children how to write the alphabet.

 

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