Tag Archives: 8 September 2017

SLP Corner: What I Learned as an SLP During Hurricane Harvey

[Source:  The ASHA Leader Blog] Hurricane Harvey is one of the most devastating events to ever occur in Texas, and my community, the Houston metropolitan area. Fortunately, my family was safe and dry throughout the storm, which meant I could … Continue reading


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Truck Tracks Transfer: Process Art for Toddlers

[Source:  Hands on As We Grow] Here is a simple craft from Adrienne to do if you ever paint with your cars. It’s easy and fun, but turns out so beautiful! My son could play with small cars and trucks all day long. … Continue reading


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Natural Disaster Resources for Families Affected by Autism

Editor’s Note:  As we have all seen, it’s Hurricane Season.   Check out this excellent set of natural disaster resources for families with autism. Planning is an important part of any family affected by autism’s daily routine, but is even … Continue reading


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Moving Stories of Families with Autism Rescued from Hurricane Harvey

[Source: Autism Speaks] Media reports continue to come in of individuals with autism and their families being rescued from the ravages of Hurricane Harvey. As professional and volunteer rescue workers from around the country rally to Houston’s aid, heartwarming stories … Continue reading


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Hot Job: Pediatric Outpatient and School SLP – Ozark, AL

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply Join us in Ozark, Alabama, home to beautiful architecture, Spanish moss and only 2 hours to the Emerald Coast of Panama City Beach. Exciting full-time opportunity for … Continue reading


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