Category Archives: SLP

School Based Clinician’s Corner: Two Kinds of Parent-Teacher Conferences

[Source: Edutopia] We just celebrated open house night at our high school and, as usual, the principal announced that this night was not a night to chat with parents about how their students were doing in our classes. We were … Continue reading

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Study Suggests Pre School Treatment for Selective Mutism Yields Better Results

  Editor’s Note: Thank You, Vera Joffe, PdD for this link! [Source:  NIH via Vera Joffe] Recently, the first prospective follow-up study conducted 1 year after the end of a cognitive behavioral treatment for children with SM was published (Oerbeck et … Continue reading

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Activity of the Week: Patterning and Sequencing with Spiders

[Source:  Pre-K Pages] Making patterns with spiders is a seasonal and fun way to teach patterning! I am always looking for fun things I can use as manipulatives for learning activities, so when I found spider rings in the dollar store … Continue reading

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Dermal Monitoring Can Prevent Cerebral Palsy in Preterm Infants

[Source:  Medical X-Press] A research group led by Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine Project Professor MORIOKA Ichirou and Professor IIJIMA Kazumoto (Department of Pediatrics) has suggested a potential method of screening for jaundice (hyperbilirubinemia), a cause of cerebral palsy … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: For the Hesitant Teacher: Leveraging the Power of Minecraft

Editor’s Note: This article was written largely for general education teachers, but Therapy Clinicians can also make excellent use of the game as well.   Take a look at the other articles we have featured on our blog about Minecraft … Continue reading

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