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Pediatric Therapy Corner: A Better Way to Say Sorry

Thank You to Mellisa Essenburg of the SLPeeps Facebook Group for sharing this excellent article! [Source:  Cupacocoa.com] “Say sorry to your brother.” “But he’s the one who–” “Say it!” you insist, an edge of warning in your voice. He huffs, … Continue reading


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OT Corner: AOTA From the Trenches by Abby Brayton-Chung

by Abby Brayton-Chung, OTR/L Wow! What an experience. The 94th Annual AOTA Conference held in Baltimore was buzzing with energy and excitement for the profession of occupational therapy. As a first time conference attendee, there was so much I wanted … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Strategies for EI – Says WHO?

by Samantha Weatherford, SLP When “Simon Says” Doesn’t Work: Alternatives to Imitation for Facilitating Early Speech Development Laura S. DeThorne, Cynthia J. Johnson, Louise Walder, Jamie Mahurin-Smith; When “Simon Says” Doesn’t Work: Alternatives to Imitation for Facilitating Early Speech Development. Am … Continue reading


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Worth Repeating: Dyslexia and the English Learner Dilemma

Thank You to Reading Rockets for alerting us to this article! The American educational system has a difficult time understanding dyslexia and an even harder time identifying children with dyslexia in order to provide the correct intervention for students who … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Keep Calm and Think Critically: The CDC’s 1 in 68 Autism Numbers

Editor’s Note:  This is an EXCELLENT synopsis of the “1 in 68″ issue, and why we need not panic along with some in the mainstream media.   Definitely worth “favoriting” and sharing with colleagues and the parents/guardians of the children … Continue reading


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