Tag Archives: 7 January 2011

Website of the Week: Autism Games

Special Thanks to our new friend Jourdan Saunders of the blog Future SLPs for this week’s Therapy Resource, Autism Games We look forward to featuring her recommendations as a regular contributor. Here are Jourdan’s comments and blog post about this … Continue reading


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Also Worth Repeating: The Joy of Feeding Therapy

Potock, M. (2010, November 02). The ASHA Leader. For most of my career as a speech-language pathologist, I have focused on feeding treatment. Whether I’m treating a picky eater or a child transitioning from tube feedings to oral feedings, it’s … Continue reading


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Effort to Restore Children’s Play Gains Momentum (from the New York Times)

[Source: The New York Times] SARAH WILSON was speaking proudly the other day when she declared: “My house is a little messy.” Ms. Wilson lives in Stroudsburg, Pa., a small town in the Poconos. Many days, her home is strewn … Continue reading


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Guest Blog: Great Day in the Morning

By: Loren Shlaes, OTR/L Certified Teacher of the Alexander Technique Photo Credit: Keith Lewis I used to work with a little boy who was a total delight when we were alone in the clinic but had a great deal of … Continue reading


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Nintendo 3DS Warning & Response from Developmental Vision Experts

Editor’s Note: Several of our OT friends out there have been discussing online, whether this week’s warning by Nintendo, suggesting that children under the age of six not use their new “3DS” product, is merely a ploy to prevent lawsuits … Continue reading


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