SEE IT. SAY IT. DO IT!® Organize It! Workbook



SEE IT. SAY IT. DO IT!® Organize It! Workbook

Does your child have difficulty with daily routines like homework? Dr. Hellerstein has helped thousands of children blossom in school with her breakthrough process, SEE IT. SAY IT. DO IT!®. Now,  parents can  bring her techniques home in this fun companion workbook, developed in collaboration with Occupational Therapist Beth Fishman McCaffrey, OTR, COVT, and Early Childhood Educator Patricia Dunnigan.

This simple, easy-to-use workbook walks parents and teachers through a step-by-step process to guide children to visualize goals and create action plans. It provides scripts, fun exercises, and ready-to-go templates to give children confidence and a lifetime love of learning.

The organizational charts, calendars, and motivational activities will help you develop an easy, kid-friendly organization system for your child’s daily routines including chores, homework and other activities. This eliminates frustrations and arguing over doing and completing the tasks! Parents often use the charts for themselves.

Your how-to toolbox includes

  • Fun, easy-to-follow visualization exercises for parents and children
  • Scripts, sample goal declarations, and lists of powerful words and phrases
  • Ideas for inspiration and motivation
  • Ready-to-use, tear-out charts and templates
  • Complete instructions and plenty of sample charts and projects
  • Activities, progress charts and reminder cards

Who can use this book?

  • Parents who want to unlock their children’s highest potential
  • Teachers who want to replace boredom with enthusiasm in their students
  • Anyone who wants to replace anger and frustration with the satisfaction of accomplishment

About the authors
Dr. Lynn F. Hellerstein, O.D., FCOVD, FAAO, is a pioneer in vision therapy. For over 33 years, she has successfully treated thousands of children and adults with learning and visual difficulties. She also works with athletes to improve their sports performance. A founder of Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center, P.C. in Centennial (Metro Denver), Colorado, she is also the author of the award-winning book, SEE IT. SAY IT. DO IT!®: The Parent’s & Teacher’s Action Guide to Creating Successful Students and Confident Kids, and SEE IT. SAY IT. DO IT!®: 50 Tips to Improve Your Sports Performance.

Beth I. Fishman-McCaffrey, O.T.R., C.O.V.T., Registered Occupational Therapist, has been on the cutting edge of integrating Sensory Integration Therapy with Optometric Vision Therapy for over 20 years, enhancing the lives of hundreds of patients by improving their functional skills. She is certified in Educational Kinesiology (a holistic approach to helping the body increase learning potential) and as a provider for the Advanced Brain Technologies Listening Program with Bone Conduction.

An educator for 25 years, Patricia A. Dunnigan has worked in public and private sectors with kindergarten-aged children. Her experiential enrichment program enhanced the lives of public school children. Now, she uses her teaching background in her role as vision therapist working with patients of all ages.

     Download a sample of the organization chart.

No more arguing and having to deal with meltdowns. Our son is thriving with
the structure and is now taking pride in initiating getting dressed, brushing teeth, etc. We all
needed this and our home feels much happier!

—Wendy C., 

Since we implemented the organizational charts, the emotion and drama surrounding the
morning routine, getting homework done and the bedtime routines have significantly decreased.
Because our daughter understands she is responsible for accomplishing her tasks and knows
what is expected of her, we, as parents, do not need to continuously nag her to complete her
routine tasks. Thanks to the organizational charts, we have more peace in our household.




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