Tag Archives: 25 February 2016

Effective Frequency for Motor Skill Groups

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] As pediatric therapists, we often recommend how many sessions of therapy to provide. Here is a small but relevant study regarding the effectiveness of  two group programs on visual-motor integration, motor proficiency, gross-motor skills, and parental … Continue reading


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Early Behavioral Therapy May Increase Success With ADHD

[Source:  Education News] Experts have found that children with attention deficit issues can improve more quickly if the first treatment they are given is behavioral in nature. An example of this would be instructing kids in fundamental social interaction. Researchers … Continue reading


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Book Review: Why Johnny Doesn’t Flap

[Source:  Omazing  Kids] Johnny is different. He is never exactly on time, he can’t seem to stick to a routine and he often speaks in cryptic idioms. Johnny is neurotypical, but that’s OK. A picture book with a difference, Why … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Thoughts About Saying Sorry and Thank You in Speech Therapy

by Erik X. Raj CCC-SLP As a speech-language pathologist who has the privilege to work with school-aged students, I’m consistently thinking about the words that my students use. Are the words that they are choosing to use effectively communicating what … Continue reading


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