Tag Archives: 18 March 2016

Literacy Corner: Wordless Picture Books Perfect for Read-Aloud

Editor’s Note:  While this article was written for parents, we thought it was worth reprinting here as a great share for the parents/guardians of your students and clients. [Source:  Ithaca Journal via Reading Rockets] If you’ve ever seen a children’s book … Continue reading

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Nike Expands Shoe Line For People With Special Needs

[Source: Disability Scoop] Nike is adding to its lineup of sneakers designed specifically for people with disabilities, with a fresh range of offerings for both kids and adults. The athletic-wear giant is introducing three new shoes that use its FLYEASE … Continue reading

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Delayed Walking with Autism and Intellectual Disability

  [Source:  Pediatrics via Your Therapy Source] Pediatrics published a large study on the relationship between delayed walking in children and the severity of intellectual disability in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) versus other non-ASD diagnoses.  The study sample included … Continue reading

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Freebie of the Week: Eggs-actly the Same Visual Discrimination & Spacial Puzzle

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] Challenge visual spatial and visual discrimination skills with this puzzle.  Can you find the two cards that are exactly the same? Download the puzzle Eggs-Actly the Same puzzle from Your Therapy Source.

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Hot Job: Pediatric Outpatient OT – Eugene, Oregon

We are searching for a talented, enthusiastic Occupational Therapist to join a multi-disciplinary pediatric practice located in the Eugene, OR area.  The practice has an OT, two COTAs, two SLPs, and a PT on staff.  The practice pays on a … Continue reading

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