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SLP Corner: 10 Ways Children With Language Disorders Can Maintain Both Physical Distance and Social Connection

[Source: The ASHA Leader Blog] Social distancing—or more accurately, physical distancing—is now our way of life. As difficult as it is, it’s our new normal, at least for the short term.  Even with physical distance, we find ways to connect socially. We call … Continue reading


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Special Ed Corner: Tips for Parents Turned Homeschool Special Education Teachers

[Source:  The Autism Helper] Imagine starting a brand new job. One that is technically complicated and requires a depth of knowledge and understanding that you do not yet possess. Also- you will not have a supervisor, or training before you … Continue reading


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OT/PT Corner: Therapy Ideas for Telehealth

[Source:  The Inspired Treehouse] It’s crazy how quickly things can change.  One week, it’s business as usual: -last minute notifications about the IEP meeting (tomorrow) -that one kid who had to go to the bathroom 3 X during our 30 minute … Continue reading


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Comprehensive List of ASHA Updates and Guidance Regarding COVID-19

Editor’s Note:    ASHA has compiled an impressive list of resources to help members, students and graduate schools navigate all the issues surrounding COVID-19 as it applies to the profession [Source:  ASHA.org] ASHA’s priority is the safety and well-being of … Continue reading


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Child Hunger and the Coronavirus Pandemic

[The Education Trust] On a typical school day, 21 million K-12 students from low-income backgrounds rely on free or reduced-price school breakfasts and lunches. With schools across the country closed indefinitely due to the coronavirus (or COVID-19) pandemic — as … Continue reading


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