Tag Archives: 28 October 2011

Preschoolers’ Language Skills Improve More When They’re Placed With More-Skilled Peers

[Source:  Medical News Today] Preschool children with relatively poor language skills improve more if they are placed in classrooms with high-achieving students, a new study found. Researchers found that children with relatively poor language skills either didn’t improve over the … Continue reading


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Pinterest Therapy Idea of the Week: Paint Chip Word Family Cards

This week’s Pinterest Therapy Idea of the Week is making the rounds in various incantations – the Paint Chip Word Family Game!  We posted it earlier this week and it has been hugely popular!   ‘Paint Chips’, you ask? You … Continue reading


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Guest Blog: Art Therapy and Autism: Working with Parent and Child Together

By: Pamela Ullmann, ATR-BC, LCAT copyright 2011. Pamela Ullmann. This blog post has been reprinted with express permission of the author as it appeared on the Colors of Play Blog Within my private practice with the Autism population, I have … Continue reading


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Guest Blog: To Tweet or not to Tweet: The Professional’s Question(s)

By: Tanya Coyle, CCC-SLP Copyright 2011. Reprinted with the express permission of the author as it appeared on her blog The Lexical Linguist Today’s post is brought to you by the word: circumspect [sur-kuhm-spekt] /’s?rk?m?sp?kt/ adjective 1. watchful and discreet; … Continue reading


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Taking a Look at Conductive Education

All material Copyright © October 2010 Enabled Kids Reprinted with the express permission of the the author and Enabled Kids as originally published on their website. By: Svetlana Frank, OCT Our friend Svetlana Frank, OCT was kind enough to share … Continue reading


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