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Learning on the Log

Where Social Skills Means Building Relationships

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Activities include hiking, swimming, team sports, teambuilding, and boating

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About Us

Learning on the Log (LOTL) is a not-for-profit organization serving children of greater Atlanta since 2001.

An inclusive environment for social skills therapy suitable for typically developing and special needs children, including Autism, Aspergers, ADHD, sensory integration disorder, developmental delay, and various anxiety disorders.

LOTL specializes in experiential social skills programs within sensory based recreational activities in our Enrichment Pre-SchoolWeekend ActivitiesSummer Camps, and Birthday Parties.

"We are relentless the pursuit of "Emotional Corrective Experiences", because it give the best chance generalizing learned social skills into other areas of a child's life."  

 
Activities include:

Hiking | Swimming | Rock Climbing | Team Sports | Team-building Activities | Canoeing, Kayaking, & Rafting

Come INTERACT, RELATE, COMMUNICATE with us!

 

I Married My Own Nancy Ragan

Nancy Ragan was put to rest at the Ragan Library in California, and much has been said about her leading up to the burial.  I was listening to an interview with the revered political analyst Charles Krauthammer, and he described her as being the backbone of President Ronald Ragan.  Mr. Krauthammer went on to describe Mrs.

Dealing with feelings is very inefficient

One of the most frequently asked questions for people who enter therapy is “How long will this take?”  AllPsyc.com tries to answer this by writing

You'll Never Walk Alone

My favorite English Premier Soccer League team is Liverpool FC, and I have been rooting for them since I was a young kid.

Relationships and Sports

Time and time again we see coaches and athletes talk very emotionally about the loss of relationships as they are leaving a specific team.  We hear stories about all the time spent together traveling, planning, practicing, resting, eating, and simply goofing around. 

These relationships are on display for the rest of us every day as we watch them celebrate with a unique dance, handshake, or hug.  Through social media, we read about an athlete sticking up for another, or extending congratulations after a victory or championship.  So, Why is this Important?