Monthly Archive
January 1, 2008
by: Chynna Laird What would you do if your child suffered with something so severe it affected every aspect of her life? And what if your cries for help fell on deaf ears at every turn? You’d follow your gut and fight…...
By: Anne van Bysterveldt, Gail Gillon and Susan Foster-Cohen This article can be found on Down Syndrome Online. Down Syndrome Online offers comprehensive information about Down syndrome, including articles, books and scientific papers. Adopting a sociocultural approach to the acquisition of literacy has resulted…...
Occupational Therapist, Hulet Smith, and his daughter, Sophia, who has Cerebral Palsy, demonstrates the LiteGait Trainer....
January 1, 2008
The updated and expanded 2nd edition of “Fine Motor Skills in Children with Down Syndrome” continues to be a popular, practical guide to understanding fine motor skills in children with Down syndrome and helping them develop these skills from birth through early…...
January 1, 2008
This article can be found on Down Syndrome Online. Down Syndrome Online offers comprehensive information about Down syndrome, including articles, books and scientific papers. Significant progress is being made in understanding some of the main reasons why children with intellectual disabilities, and particularly children…...
January 1, 2008
Source: Brainline.org] Used with permission from BrainLine.org, a WETA website. http://www.brainline.org. Tools and Resources for Educators Working with Kids with TBI Learn about the tools out there — from traumatic brain injury 101-type information to specifics on how to develop a student’s individualized…...
January 1, 2008
Secord, W. (2007, May 29). The ASHA Leader. Speech-language pathologists in a leadership capacity can profoundly influence school-based practice. I found this out personally more than 25 years ago when taking a short course at an ASHA Convention. The professor teaching that…...
January 1, 2008
All material Copyright © May 2009 The Down Syndrome Centre Reprinted with the express permission of the The Down Syndrome Centre as originally published on their website. By: Marinet vanVuren Marinet vanVuren is a South African born Speech and Language Therapist. For the past…...
January 1, 2008
Ervin, M. (2003, April 29). The ASHA Leader. Imagine what it means for a parent day in and day out, when spoken language is absent, when even pointing, smiling, and nodding are rare. There may be little communication at all other than…...
January 1, 2008
Book, IEP, OT
Learning Re-enabled is designed to help therapists, teachers, and parents understand the learning disabled child. The author, through extensive professional experience and a special devotion to learning disabled children, developed this book to be a resource for professionals and parents as they…...