Monthly Archive
January 26, 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…...
January 25, 2022
[Source: NYU Langone] A new study has identified a brain circuit that is active while we plan our spoken replies during conversation. Published online January 5 in the journal Nature, the study focused on brain computations that enable such replies, which are…...
January 25, 2022
[Source: University of Wisconsin Madison] Playing a video game that rewards participants for holding various “ninja” poses could help children and youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) improve their balance, according to a recent study in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders led…...
[Source:  Science Daily] Ontario saw nine times more emergency department (ED) visits per month for cannabis poisonings in young children under the age of 10 after Canada legalized recreational cannabis, according to a study published in JAMA Network Open. While single hospitals have…...
January 25, 2022
[Source:  Medical X-Press] A team of investigators from six universities across the U.S. reports that an intervention designed to reduce poverty had a direct impact on children’s brain development. After one year of monthly cash support, infants in low-income families were more…...
[Source:  Tools to Grow] We have a great tactile winter Polar Bear craft that children of all ages will love to make!  This activity addresses a variety of skills including fine motor control, bilateral coordination, visual motor integration, visual perception, and sensory…...
[Source:  Magical Childhood] I happened upon a pretty incredible video that you have to see to believe today — a beluga whale playing fetch! Now if that doesn’t make you smile, I don’t know what will.  I had to share it, and…...
January 25, 2022
[Source:  Almooon, photo credit: Rachel Coyne/Unsplash] A company hopes to analyze her to help identify children with autism. A single lock of hair may be all it takes to determine whether a child likely has autism. The Food and Drug Administration has…...
January 25, 2022
[Source: Medical X-Press] A technique that uses ultrasound images to determine the depth and shape of the hip socket can accurately predict which infants with hip dysplasia will develop normal hip structure and which remain dysplastic, according to a study in Radiology. Researchers…...
[Source: Preschool Powol Packets] Did you know that an active learning, full-body preschool activity also prepares your child to read? See how this fun winter-themed arctic animal preschool activity also counts as a reading lesson below!  I just took an online course…...