Tag Archives: 26 November 2010

More Bullying Resources in the News

[Source: CNN.com] Editor’s Note: We realize that we already featured a list of Bullying Resources in a recent issue. However, CNN has recently completed a big campaign in conjunction with “Stop Bullying Now,” so we thought we would also bring … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Case Presentation – The Beauty of Imitation and an Update

Editor’s Note: Shareka just posted an update to this case study.    You can find the link to the second blog post about “Josh” below By: Shareka Bentham, SLT copyright 2010. Shareka Bentham, SLT This blog post has been reprinted with … Continue reading

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Feel Good Story of the Week: Children with Autism Practice Traveling on Mock Flights

[Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer and Washington Post] At 8 p.m. Saturday, Southwest Airlines Flight 2149 was poised to push back from the gate. Flight attendants gave fasten-seat-belt instructions, and First Officer Peter Hayes announced, “There’s 25 minutes of flight time … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: A Myriad of Materials

By: Heather Greenwood copyright 2010, ITeach2Talk. Reprinted with the permission of the author as appeared on her blog site As any speech-language pathologist and SLP student knows, materials that we use for therapy can be quite costly. During my online … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: The Neuropsychological Evaluation as a Guide to Intervention

By: Shahal Rozenblatt, Ph.D., Clinical Neuropsychologist People are highly complex organisms whose problems are of equal complexity. In order to effectively treat the problems with which people present, we need to have a way of understanding the nature of this … Continue reading

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