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SLP Corner: Top 5 Parent Handouts for {Preschool} SLPs

by Jenna Rayburn of The Speech Room News Part of my role at our district early childhood center is to complete incoming evaluations for children entering the program. We have about half of our students come from the state birth … Continue reading

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Autism Corner: Teaching Impulse-Control to Children on the Autism Spectrum

[Source:  My Aspergers Child] Have you ever witnessed a youngster who doesn’t seem to know how to wait his or her turn, refuses to share, grabs objects out in public even after being told not to touch, has a meltdown … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: Stars Wars and Speech Therapy Just Might Be the Perfect Match

by Erik X. Raj A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away . . . came a wonderful app that is out of this world (pun intended, lol!). The app that I’m writing about is none other than … Continue reading

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OT Corner: Backpack Safety for Kids

Editor’s Note:  School is open in much of the country!  Here is an excellent article about backpack awareness that you can share with the parents/guardians of your students and clients. by Julie Entwistle, MBA, BHSc (OT), BSc (Health / Gerontology) … Continue reading

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School Nurse’s Corner: The Vaccination Gap – Managing Growing Trends in Immunization

[Source:  NASN Radio] Despite the legendary work historically done by school nurses to get students vaccinated, immunization gaps still exist.  In this segment, NASN Radio discusses how school nurses can help close the chasm among all populations Listen to the … Continue reading

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