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Tips for Enjoying an Autism-Friendly Halloween

[Source:  ABA Learning Lab] Halloween is upon us, and that means most kids (and some adults) are eagerly anticipating dressing up in their favorite costume and enjoying the spoils of trick-or-treating.  We grab our biggest pillowcases, our parents make sure … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Speech Intelligibility and Childhood Verbal Apraxia in Children with Down Syndrome

Editor’s Note:  We originally published this article with permission back in October of 2013.  We reprint it here for its enduring value to clinicians by Libby Kumin; Source: Down Syndrome Online Many children with Down syndrome have difficulty with speech … Continue reading


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Physical Therapy Corner: 10 Ideas to Celebrate PT Month in October

[Source: Your Therapy Source] National Physical Therapy Month in celebrated in October each year.  I have posted in the past about simple ways to promote physical therapy (especially in the schools) but it has been awhile so here is a … 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.  Additionally, Click HERE for all the Articles we have … Continue reading


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Special Ed Corner: How Parents Can Spot Signs of Learning Disabilities During Remote Learning

[Source:  Education Week] Special education has emerged as one of the most significant concerns for families and schools during the global pandemic, with much of the focus on the plight of students who are separated from the teachers and specialists … Continue reading


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