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School Psychology Corner: 3 Spring Time Activities to Engage In

[Source:  The Evolving School Psychologist] You know it’s spring for a school psychologist when the following happens: (see image above!) 1.  You’re evaluation caseload appears to have exploded and you’re testing more than you’re thinking.2. You can’t seem to keep … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: How Arts and Crafts Help Develop Language in Young Children

by Kimberly Scanlon, MA CCC-SLP I love doing simple arts and crafts projects with my toddler and preschool aged clients. I prefer the ones that: 1. Aren’t too messy 2. Don’t require too many materials In my experience as a … Continue reading

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Career Corner: 6 Reasons Candidates Are Choosing Contracting as a Lifestyle

by Debbie Fledderjohann There has been a lot of buzz around contract staffing as the number of contract workers continues to break records.  However, the talk usually surrounds why companies are gravitating toward contracting.  The fact is of the matter is that candidates … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Under Construction For Those With Special Needs

Editor’s Note:   We have seen this article posted around the internet.  The idea is controversial to be sure.  What do YOU think? [Source: Disability Scoop] In what developers say is a first, an entire neighborhood of brand-new homes is set … Continue reading

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School Psych Corner: Students Write a Guide to Teen Psychology

[Source: Edutopia] It’s always awe-inspiring when students take hold of a project and are given the power to lead it. They set goals, delegate, lead discussions, and critique each other’s work as if that were a normal process. I’ve just … Continue reading

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