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Pediatric Therapy Corner: The Thought Bubble Technique

[Source:  Lynne Kenney.com] Thinking, speaking or acting impulsively without planning or thinking things out poses social challenges for children. We can help children better manage their impulsive thoughts, words, and actions by using a storytelling activity we call The Thought … Continue reading

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OT/PT Corner: Alternative Seating Options

[Source: Dinosaur PT] As a Pediatric Physical Therapist, I am always looking for new ways to encourage carry over of the work during our individual PT sessions. Especially in regards to postural awareness, trunk strength, & promoting lower body weight … Continue reading

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SLP Video Corner: Teaching Social Skills in Mixed Group Therapy

[Source:  Speech and Language Kids] Do you have children who need to work on social skills mixed in with other students? Lauren DiBiase from At the Heart of Speech Therapy joined us live on October 23rd to share her 5 … Continue reading

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Sensory Corner: Epic Messy Play List That’s Sensory-filled, Inspiring, and Easy!

[Source:  Your Kids Table] Sam, that’s my oldest son, was around 16 months old and I can remember thinking, “Is he old enough?”  I stood there staring at the finger paints and then at him, wondering if he would be … Continue reading

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Congress May Revisit Autism Tracking Devices

[Source: Disability Scoop] Less than a year after fizzling, federal legislation designed to provide tracking devices and other resources to those with developmental disabilities at risk of wandering is back on the table. Members of the U.S. Senate and House of … Continue reading

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