Author Archives: Heidi

Prelinguistic Infants Can Categorize Colors

[Source:  Medical News Today] A joint group of researchers from Chuo University, Japan Women’s University and Tohoku University has revealed that infants aged between 5 and 7 months hold the representation of color categories in their brain, even before the … Continue reading

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Semantically Speaking: Does Meaning Structure Unite Languages?

[Source:  Science Daily] Using a new methodology that measures how closely words’ meanings are related within and between languages, an international team of researchers has revealed that for many universal concepts, the world’s languages feature a common structure of semantic … Continue reading

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Sped Corner: Is Special Education Paperwork Really a Problem?

[Source:  Education Week] When the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act was reauthorized back in 2004, the U.S. Department of Education offered some relief to states that said they were drowning in paperwork. One pilot program allows states to create individualized … Continue reading

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Babies Already Have a Grasp of the Physics of Liquids

[Source:  Medical News Today] We are born with a basic grasp of physics, just enough not to be surprised when we interact with objects. Scientists discovered this in the past two decades. What they did not know yet was that, … Continue reading

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Hot Job Opportunity – Part Time School Based OT, Phoenix, AZ

We have a fantastic job opening for an Occupational Therapist in a Phoenix area school district for the remainder of the school year. We need someone to start as soon as possible running through the end of May. The therapist … Continue reading

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