Title(s) in other language(s):
ორმხრივი რეგულაცია და თვითრეგულაცია
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Child Development Institute, Ilia State University
Khatuna Dolidze, khatuna.dolidze.1@iliauni.edu.ge

Two sides of emotional regulation and self-regulation

During the lockdown, the Child Development Institute at Ilia State University continued its activities by providing services at the distance. All distance interventions included parents or other family members. In order to support their work at home, specialists were designing tailored activities for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Written visual materials alongside phone or online guidance were provided to any the family who was willing and able to participate in such an exchange.

Online connections have led to more close contact with family members identifying some areas which needed an urgent response. Therefore, the team of specialists designed distance parent education courses and invited all parents to engage. Talks were transferred on ISU’s page. The Institute Talks were held in Georgian on a weekly basis.