Tag Archives: 27 February 2015

AT Corner: Cool AT Tool, Programs Simplify and Read Aloud Text

[Source: Reading Rockets] by June Berhmann For some students, hearing passages aloud is enough for them to understand the content. For those learners, human and/or electronic readers keep them involved with learning across the curriculum. Sometimes those learners combine an … Continue reading


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OT/PT Corner: Simple Baby Play: Tissue Paper Kicking

[Source:  Mama OT] Today Occupational Therapist and owner of CanDo Kiddo, Rachel Coley, M.S., OTR/L, is here to share one of her many  creative  baby  play activities. She also has a pretty awesome, one-of-a-kind product she has created to equip new parents … Continue reading


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Growth Hormone Can Significantly Improve Social Skills in Autism

[Source:  Medical News Today] A growth hormone can significantly improve the social impairment associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in patients with a related genetic syndrome, according to a pilot study conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: The Power of Perspective

by Debra L. Kerner M.S. CCC/SLP I had only been an SLP for a few years and still had the grandiose ideas about life and speech therapy. I just KNEW that in Suburbia, MY students were going to be fixed and … Continue reading


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How Brain Waves Guide Memory Formation

[Source:  Science Daily] Our brains generate a constant hum of activity: As neurons fire, they produce brain waves that oscillate at different frequencies. Long thought to be merely a byproduct of neuron activity, recent studies suggest that these waves may … Continue reading


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