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Autism Corner: Anger-Management “Tools” for Kids on the Autism Spectrum

[Source: My Aspergers Child] Children with High-Functioning Autism (HFA) and Asperger’s often have a difficult time controlling their anger as compared to “typical” children, which is due to the fact that they have problems understanding their emotions and their impact … Continue reading


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Get Ready for National School Backpack Awareness Day – Sept. 26, 2018

[Source:  AOTA] Join AOTA and occupational therapy practitioners, educators, and students across the country as we help others Live Life To Its Fullest by avoiding the pain and injury that can come from heavy backpacks and bags. Students, parents, educators, … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: More on Breathing

Source: Speech Techie] Breathing is an important tool that SLPs can employ in a variety of client populations. For our students with self-regulation difficulties, having tools they can use anywhere without disruption of the current situation they are in can … Continue reading


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Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Where Do We Go From Here?

Editor’s Note:  September is Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month.   This is just one of the great resources you can find on Brainline.org.  Interestingly enough, it was originally written for the ASHA Leader.  by Roberta DePompei, The ASHA Leader “She is a … Continue reading


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School Therapy Corner: 8 Suggestions for IEP Reviews at the Start of the School Year

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] Do you do IEP reviews at the start of the school year?  As the new school year starts, it is important for related service providers, teachers, parents and students to review the IEP.  Reviewing IEP for … Continue reading


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