Tag Archives: 9 March 2019

Feelings Mandala Activity

[Source:  The Art of Social Work] This is a simple intervention to explore emotions with children. Simply print off a variety of mandalas and allow the child to choose one to color. Ask the child to list the feelings they … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Top 5 Parent Handouts for {Preschool} SLPs

by Jenna Rayburn of The Speech Room News Part of my role at our district early childhood center is to complete incoming evaluations for children entering the program. We have about half of our students come from the state birth … Continue reading


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Special Ed Corner: 3 Classroom Organization Hacks

[Source: Autism Classroom Resources] I wanted to share 3 little classroom organization hacks that I have found over the years that I don’t think I’ve talked about much here.  They are simple things you can do that will make your … Continue reading


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Worth Repeating: Is Your Teen with ADHD Ready to Drive?

[Source:  Philly.com] Although learning to drive may be a rite of passage for most teens, teens with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder may need extra help in navigating the road to licensure. The symptoms of ADHD – difficulty with attention, challenges … Continue reading


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The ABCs of Pediatric Physical Therapy

This document was created by The Section on Pediatrics at APTA (American Physical Therapy Association)It is an excellent resource to tuck away when asked for a concise description or explanation of what you do, whether it be from parents, colleagues … Continue reading


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