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Pediatric Therapy Corner: What Can You Do With PVC?

Editor’s Note:  Thank you to Carol Zangari for sharing this great e-book! [Source:  PrAACtical AAC] This gem of a book from the ATEN Coordinating Unit at Orange County Schools is an oldie, but a goodie! PVC: Practical, Versatile, Cheap AT … Continue reading


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OT Corner: Is Handwriting Dead?

by the Anonymous OT I sat across from a set of parents at an IEP meeting. Nice people- no horror stories of anger, frustration, or possible litigation. Just an average conversation about a child I recently began working with in a … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Shrinking Speech Therapy Homework Sheets Results in More Homework Complete

by Erik X. Raj Not too long ago, I wrote a blog post about mini homework sheets. To recap, in the past I’ve noticed that almost every single time I gave my students some speech therapy homework, a few days later … Continue reading


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Feeding Therapy Corner: Picky Eaters in the Preschool Classroom: 7 Tips for Teachers

by Melanie Potock As a pediatric feeding therapist, part of working in the child’s natural environmentis making regular preschool visits to offer teachers and staff guidance when a child is not eagerly participating in mealtimes. Whether a child is a selective eater … Continue reading


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Behavior Corner: Brain Breaks and Focused-Attention Practices

[Source: Edutopia] When presented with new material, standards, and complicated topics, we need to be focused and calm as we approach our assignments. We can use brain breaks and focused-attention practices to positively impact our emotional states and learning. They … Continue reading


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