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SLP Corner: Expert Offers Ways to Distinguish Between Picky Eating and a Pediatric Feeding Disorder

[Source:  Kennedy Krieger Institute] Catering to a child who is a picky eater is like being a short-order cook: chaotic. Dinnertime becomes a war zone, leading to hopeless battles fought over vegetables and macaroni and cheese. Picky eating is as … Continue reading


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Cognitive Skills Differ Across Cultures and Generations

[Source:  Science Daily] An innovative study of children and parents in both Hong Kong and the United Kingdom, led by University of Cambridge researchers Michelle R. Ellefson and Claire Hughes, reveals cultural differences in important cognitive skills among adolescent participants … Continue reading


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Hot Job: Special Education Teacher – Chicago, IL

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply We are looking for a Special Education teacher that is qualified to teach in the secondary level.  This teacher is needed long term to work with high … Continue reading


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Crafting With Science: Rainbow Butterfly

[Source:  No Time for Flashcards] You know that paper towel that your kiddo uses to clean off her paintbrush during a serious watercolor session? Yep, the one that looks awesomely pretty and you kind of wish you could frame. That … Continue reading


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Worth Reposting! Matching Colors with Clothespins and Pipecleaners

[Original posted on PediaStaff Blog in February 2012] I found this activity on the Pinterest boards at Your Therapy Source.   Fine Motor and Matching and oh so simple, it got over 200 repins in one  week! It was pinned to … Continue reading


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