Category Archives: Psych

Seasonal Activity of the Week: Easter Egg Hunt for Children with Autism

Thanks to the people at Therapics for reaching out to us to share this free activity!   It is great way to teach prepositions whilst helping a child with language challenges participate in the Easter fun.     It would make a … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: 10 Ideas to Get Parents More Involved

Editor’s Note: It’s springtime.  Time to wind down the current school year, but also to think about how you will improve your own classroom this coming school year!  Here is a great article that our friend Margaret Rice at Your … Continue reading

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Pinterest Pinboard of the Week: Therapy Ideas and Activities for St. Patrick’s Day

Are you excited for St. Patrick’s Day?   Its such a fun holiday to celebrate in the therapy room!  Come on by our Pinterest St. Patrick’s Day board (now in year two!) and check out the over 550 Activities, Resources and … Continue reading

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Interview Like a Pro: Part 2B – Video Interview Tips

Editor’s Note:  This post is a newly written “Part 2B” of a four-part interview guide for pediatric and school based speech-language pathologists, school psychologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and others that work with children with special needs.     This document covers interview … Continue reading

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Autism Corner: Why “High Functioning” Autism Is So Challenging

[Source:  The Temple Grandin School via] By  Lisa Jo Rudy, Autism Spectrum Disorders Expert The autism spectrum is very large.  If you think of it as a rainbow (or a bell curve), you’ll note that there’s an awful lot of … Continue reading

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