March 2020
March 30, 2022
Please enjoy our newest issue of Teaching & Therapy Resources for the Classroom, Clinic and Carryover.    (Have you missed any of our previous issues? Read them HERE) Please feel free to forward this weekly resource to the parents/guardians, other therapy clinicians…...
by:  Kenth Hedevag Communication is an exchange of information between at least 2 people. Good communication with the people around us can bring many benefits. You can for example: Express what you want. Provide information about what you think, feel, or what’s…...
By: Michele Silence, MA, KidFit Balance is a skill necessary for lifelong health. A good sense of balance requires that muscles are able to control posture and keep the body upright. Being on balance is the process of controlling the body’s center…...
By: Lee A. Wilkinson, PhD, NCSP Introduction The dramatic increase in the number of school-age children identified with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) has created a pressing need to design and implement positive behavioral supports in our schools’ classrooms. Autism is much more…...
[Source: The Mark Allen Family, Via Judith Kuster.net ] Dr. Mark Allen’s therapy program Speak Freely: Essential Speech Skills for School-aged Children Who Stutter is now-available free online, placed there by Judy and Tom Kuster at the request and with permission of Mark’s family in his memory.…...
[Source:  Childcareland] I set up a plastic Easter egg color match for the children to work on their math and fine motor skills.  I put twelve plastic eggs (the bottom halves) in a muffin tin and put matching colored buttons in a…...
[Source: And Next Comes L] My kids love playing with plastic Easter eggs, but not nearly as much as they loved playing with these DIY wobbly eggs. They bobble around, but never fall down, so the kids think they’re kind of magical! These…...
Editor’s Note:  The Easter Egg Activity is a supplementary activity to the bloggers primary activity with the masking tape lines.  You can read more about the easter egg part of the activity further down in her blog post. [Source: Little Bins for…...
[Source: Science Daily] A brain imaging study of young people at high risk of developing bipolar disorder has for the first time found evidence of weakening connections between key areas of the brain in late adolescence. Up until now, medical researchers knew…...
[Source: Science Daily] A new study by Tel Aviv University, Kaplan Medical Center and Shamir Medical Center (Assaf Harofeh) found that one in four children (25.3%) who have been discharged from the emergency room after a mild head injury are misdiagnosed and…...