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Worth Repeating: Articulation Therapy Carryover Activities

 by Sherry Artemenko, CCC-SLP I have a number of boys, ages 5-8,  currently on my caseload, who are working on improving their articulation. They have made great gains in learning to correctly produce their target sounds in words, sentences and … Continue reading

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Sensory Corner: Sensory Integration at the Playground

[Source: Sugar Aunts] It can be frustrating as a therapist and parent to have a child or client with sensory integration needs when therapy equipment resources are unavailable or too expensive for home or treatment spaces.  It would be nice to refer a … Continue reading

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Social Work Corner: Children Who Experience Early Childhood Trauma Do Not ‘Just Get Over It’

[Source:  Social Work Helper.com] Humans are relatively adaptable beings which is why we are thriving and not dying out like other species. Horrendous disasters such as the Philippines typhoon, the Boxing Day Tsunami, the nuclear disaster in Japan, the major … Continue reading

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School Nurse Corner: Food Allergy Management in the School Setting

[Article and Image Source:  National Association of School Nurses] The National Association of School Nurses, in the position document, Allergy/Anaphylaxis Management in the School Setting, states: It is the position of the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) that the … Continue reading

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School Psych Corner: Managing Strong Emotional Reactions to Traumatic Events

[Source: NASP Online] When a large-scale tragedy occurs, it can cause strong and deeply felt reactions in adults and children. How adults express their emotions will influence the reactions of children and youth. Caregivers can help youngsters manage their feelings … Continue reading

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