Tag Archives: 9 November 2018

Hot, New Job! School-Based Sign Language Interpreter (SLI) – Kent, WA

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply Looking for an exciting new job opportunity working in the schools 1 to 1 with one student? We have a great position for a Sign Language Interpreter … Continue reading


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Where’s the Turkey Free Book Companion

[Source: Speech Therapy Tool Box] It’s time for a warm holiday gathering, and traditional family favorites are making their way to the Thanksgiving table. But where is the turkey? Find out in this richly illustrated picture book about a vegan … Continue reading


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Autism Corner: Should You Be Teaching Eye Contact to Children with Autism?

[Source:  Mary Barbera.com] Many children with autism struggle with and have poor eye contact. Both parents and professionals often wonder if we should focus on teaching eye contact, and, if so, how to teach this important nonverbal skill. Today I’m … Continue reading


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When Adolescents Give Up Pot, Their Cognition Quickly Improves

[Source: Mind Shift] Marijuana, it seems, is not a performance-enhancing drug. That is, at least, not among young people, and not when the activity is learning. A study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry finds that when adolescents stop using marijuana – even … Continue reading


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Easy Color Matching Activity

[Source:  School Time Snippets] Here’s a low-prep color matching activity for little ones!  Great for fine motor skills and visual discrimination!  Perfect to put together for quiet time, meal prep, or while working with older kids!  Set up this easy … Continue reading


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