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Early Childhood Corner: Bringing Brain Science to Early Childhood

[Source:  The Atlantic.com via Reading Rockets] A group of scholars at Harvard University is spearheading a campaign to make sure the early-childhood programs policymakers put in place to disrupt intergenerational poverty are backed by the latest science. The idea sounds … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Fast Paced Articulation Therapy Through an RTI Model

By: Tamara Truax and JoAnn Tuttle For decades the traditional once-weekly 30 minute group therapy model has been the most common way of treating sound errors in a school-based setting. However, if you ask therapists working on articulation what they … Continue reading


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OT/PT Corner 10 Most Popular Freebies from Your Therapy Source

[Source: Your Therapy Source] Have you seen our free stuff page? How about the more free stuff page? They are both completely overwhelming. Sooner or later I need to reorganize but since that sounds super boring, I decided to highlight some of … Continue reading


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Autism Corner: Why We Need Autism

By: Bek Wiltbank, Occupational Therapist I love people with Autism. All ages, all types, every one of them. Many questions loom over our society, Why is Autism so prevalent? Where has it come from? Some people ask, How can we … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Turn Taking and Waiting Games

All material Copyright © April 2011 The Down Syndrome Centre Reprinted with the express permission of the The Down Syndrome Centre as originally published on their website. By: Marinet vanVuren Turn-taking is an important social skill to learn. Communication involves … Continue reading


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