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Worth Repeating: 11 Things Never to Say to Parents of a Child with Autism (and 11 Things You Should)

[Source:  Today.com] We know they mean well. Or at least we hope they do. All of the family, friends, co-workers and even strangers who approach parents of children on the autism spectrum with words that really should never have left … Continue reading


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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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