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Books and Storytime For Our Young Autoimmune Encephalitis Warriors

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Julie’s Library: Story Time with Julie Andrews

Join the beloved icon, Julie Andrews, for storytime as she reads some of her favorite children’s books.

LUNCH DOODLES with Mo Willems

Grab some paper and pencils, pens, or crayons. We are going to doodle together and explore ways of writing and making.

Story Box Library

Story Box Library allows children to watch celebrated stories read aloud by well loved storytellers. Login today with your local library card numberRecommended for children 3-12 years

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

“Goodnight With Dolly” web series featuring Dolly Parton reading Imagination Library books all carefully chosen for their appropriate content at this moment in time.

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse  

From British illustrator, artist, and author Charlie Mackesy comes a journey for all ages that explores life’s universal lessons

A Zebra Tale

Special Thanks to Immune Deficiency Foundation for A Zebra Tale.

What A Beautiful Morning

A poignant book that teaches children about dementia

Why does mommy hurt?

A young boy learns to understand his mother’s illness

Cartoon Characters Help Your Child Understand Autoimmunity

A Walk Through Autoimmunity

Cartoon Characters aid in adults and children alike in understanding autoimmunity. An IAES favorite. 

Play Time = Rehabilitation Time

Ensure your child’s cognitive rehabilitation is motivating and fun with these recommended apps. 

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Meditation Apps for Kids

Kids of all ages can reap the benefits of meditation and mindfulness using technology. Meditating even only a few minutes a day has proven to reduce stress, boost immunity, aid memory and concentration, decrease depression and anxiety, and even make you more compassionate. Don’t know where to start? Check out some of our favorite meditation apps for kids. These tools will guide kids through the process and help them relax and ground themselves.

Angry Birds Friends

Provides cognitive stimulation for attention and reasoning. 

Plants vs. Zombies™ (apple)

Rehabilitation is fun with this game. Requires you to strategize and use the best plants to ward off a horde of zombies. A good way to improve fine motor and problem-solving skills. Plus, it’s super addicting!

 

Go Noodle

Make screen time active with 300+ dance videos, yoga exercises and mindfulness activities for the kids.

Recommended for children aged 4 to 10 years

Monument Valley (iPad)

Challenge yourself and boost your visual processing skills while working on cognitive rehabilitation.  In Monument Valley, you must manipulate confusing architecture to help guide the princess safely. 

 

Thinking Time Pro - Cognitive Skill Training

Cognitive Skill Training presents kids with four games, each of which addresses some combination of “executive function” skills. The main learning themes are memory, reasoning, inhibition control, and flexible thinking, but games also require kids to pay attention and follow rules.

 

Fun Activities

For fine & gross motor skills, problem solving, cognitive rehabilitation. 

Our website is not a substitute for independent professional medical advice. Nothing contained on our website is intended to be used as medical advice. No content is intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, nor should it be used for therapeutic purposes or as a substitute for your own health professional's advice. Although THE INTERNATIONAL AUTOIMMUNE ENCEPHALITIS SOCIETY  provides a great deal of information about AUTOIMMUNE ENCEPHALITIS, all content is provided for informational purposes only. The International Autoimmune Encephalitis Society  cannot provide medical advice.


International Autoimmune Encephalitis Society is a charitable non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2016 by Tabitha Andrews Orth, Gene Desotell and Anji Hogan-Fesler. Tax ID# 81-3752344. Donations raised directly supports research, patients, families and caregivers impacted by autoimmune encephalitis and to educating healthcare communities around the world. Financial statement will be made available upon request.

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