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Worth Repeating: All I Want for Christmas is My G-Tube Out

[Source: ASHAsphere] by Melanie Potock, CCC-SLP   A Parent’s Expectations and an SLP’s Goals As a pediatric SLP who focuses on feeding, I guide families through the process of transitioning from g-tube feedings to 100% oral feeds and ultimately, removal … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: Christmas / Holiday Lights Scavenger Hunt

Tradition! It’s part of what makes the holidays so special. For many of us, getting in the spirit entails taking out the lights and displays and festively decorating our homes while playing Christmas carols and sipping eggnog. Or, it involves, … Continue reading

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OT Corner: Top 10 Things OTs do with Balloons

[Source:  Miss Mancy] You know I’m always looking for fun inexpensive and light ways (I travel to schools) to use children’s favorite toys and tools to teach important skills. Balloons are one of those magical items that make every child rise … Continue reading

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OT Corner: Book Excerpt – Sensory Parenting: The Elementary Years

written by Britt Collins, MS, OTR and Jackie Linder Olson – Available through Sensory World, Amazon.com & Barnes & Noble. Chapter 8:  Sensory Seasons and Sensory Holidays  Book Excerpt p.155-157: Winter For those of us that don’t live on a … Continue reading

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Autism Corner: Evidence-Based Interventions for Autism

[Source:  Best Practice Autism] The National Autism Center has released its review and analysis of interventions for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) based on research conducted in the field from 2007 to 2012. The second phase of the National Standards Project … Continue reading

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