Tag Archives: 23 March 2018

Spring Fine Motor and Executive Function Skills Freebie

[Source: Your Therapy Source] Are you in search of no-prep, Springtime activities to encourage fine motor and executive function skills?  Well, search no more!  Here is a    three-page FREE sample download from the Spring Skill Builders packet, created by Thia Triggs, … Continue reading


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Family Sues After Boy Scouts Strip Badges From Son With Down Syndrome

[Source: Disability Scoop] A Utah man is suing the Irving, Texas-based Boy Scouts of America after the organization voided every merit badge his son — who has Down syndrome — has earned, blocking the 15-year-old’s path to becoming an Eagle … Continue reading


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Autism Corner: 3 Ways Mini-Schedules Will Improve Your Instruction

[Source: Autism Classroom Resources] Mini schedules or activity schedules are probably not new to you on my blog.  I talk a lot about visual supports and the usefulness of them in instruction.  I find them useful for students with ASD … Continue reading


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Dyslexia Corner: Rethinking How Students With Dyslexia Are Taught To Read

[Source: MindShift] Dyslexia is the most common learning disability, affecting tens of millions of people in the United States. But getting help for children who have it in public school can be a nightmare. “They wouldn’t acknowledge that he had … Continue reading


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Hot, New Job: School Psychologist – Everett, WA

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply How would you like to work in a city surrounded by water and mountains in the beautiful Pacific Northwest? We have a need for a wonderful School … Continue reading


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