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Robot Model Shows Bodily Posture May Affect Memory & Learning

[Source: Science Daily] An Indiana University cognitive scientist and collaborators have found that posture is critical in the early stages of acquiring new knowledge. The study, conducted by Linda Smith, a professor in the IU Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences’ … Continue reading

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Fine Motor Activity of the Week: Clothes Pin Silly Faces

[Source: Your Therapy Source] Here are some FREE printables to make these fun clothes pin silly faces.  Print the download from http://yourtherapysource.com/freeclothespinfaces.html .  Add some clothes pins and let the children create their own silly hair.  It would be even more fun if you … Continue reading

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Disney Faulted In Disability Access Complaints

[Source:  Disability Scoop] A civil rights commission has found reason to believe that Disney discriminated against theme park visitors with developmental disabilities after altering its disability access policy. In five cases, the Florida Commission on Human Relations has found that … Continue reading

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Pediatric Clinical Lead – Oklahoma City, OK

Established Pediatric Clinic in the Oklahoma City area is growing and looking for an experienced SLP to join their team and lead the Speech-Language Pathology services.   Under a new name, they are providing “mission-based” therapy services…dedicated to serving the under-served … Continue reading

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Steps to Managing Big Emotions: Printable Poster

[Source: Childhood 101] Whenever I ask parents what their biggest parenting struggle is, patience is always right there at the top of the list. We struggle to keep our cool in all sorts of situations – when we are rushing … Continue reading

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