Tag Archives: 24 March 2017

OT Corner: Everyday Activities Building Fine Motor Strength

[Source:  Kids Play Smarter] There are endless ways to improve our fine motor strength all around us.   Great fine motor strengthening exercises are often pleasantly “disguised” as fun everyday activities. Many times, we don’t even realize that our everyday actions … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: How to Teach Irregular Past Tense Verbs to Children

[Source:  Speech and Language Kids] In this video, speech-language pathologist Carrie Clark shows you how to teach a child to use irregular past tense verbs.  Use Before and After pictures.   Show the before and then the after and ask “what … Continue reading

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Using Google MyMaps for Targeting Spacial Concepts, Description and Narrative

[Source:  Speech Techie] Google Earth has always been a great, though not exactly user-friendly, tool for making maps that can target language. Consider the way that certain novels your students have to tackle require an understanding of setting and shifts … Continue reading

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Unanimous Supreme Court Expands Scope of Special Education Rights

[Source: School Law Blog] The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a major decision expanding the scope of students’ special education rights, ruling unanimously that schools must do more than provide a “merely more than de minimis” education program to … Continue reading

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Hot Job: Pediatric Clinic-Based BCBA – Louisville, KY

Call Today at 866-733-4278 or   Click HERE to Apply  We are searching for a Board Certified Behavior Analyst for a direct hire, pediatric position located about an hour north of Louisville, KY. The therapist will have the opportunity to work … Continue reading

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