Monthly Archives:: September 2015

5 Dollar Isle Finds for Therapists

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Occupational Therapists,

Are you a PT or OT on a budget? Take advantage of these dollar store items to use year round in your therapy sessions. Perfect for gross motor, fine motor, and sensory motor play. Check it out!

Ed Tech Tuesday: 50 Resources for iPads in Education

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Speech-Language Pathologists

This week on #EdTechTuesday, make sure to explore the top resources for apps in education. This list is perfect for both teachers and special educators. Take a look!

Autumn Themed Therapy Ideas for SLPs

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Fall into speech and language with this collection of free resources, interactive activities, and more. Check out the list, and share with a friend or colleague.    

15 Ways To Improve Your Deaf Awareness

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Occupational Therapists

Take back your Friday and learn about the different ways that you can improve your Deaf awareness. Click here for the list.

16 Inspirational Quotes for OTs

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Occupational Therapists

In need of a little motivation to help you finish out the week? Check out this collection of quotes related to daily living, being an OT, and the therapy process. Click here for the list.

8 Tips for Incorporating AAC Into the Classroom

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Attention SLPs! Help the teachers in your school incorporate augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) into their classroom with the help of these eight important tips. Take a look!

EdTech Tuesday: 15 Educational Tech Toys for Kids

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School Physical Therapists

Inspire learning through play with the help of these 15 new tech toys, ranging from interactive dolls to electricity-generating soccer balls. Take a look!  

45 Fall Sensory Play Activities

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Occupational Therapists

From fall farm sensory tubs to eye-catching art pumpkins, this list explores over 45 autumn-themed sensory activities that are perfect for your next lesson plan. Check it out!  

TBYF: Boy Uses “Make-A-Wish” Opportunity Selflessly

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Speech-Language Pathologists

In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, take a minute to read about Lucas Hobbs, a young cancer survivor who used his “Make-A-Wish” opportunity to give back and feed the hospital staff, patients, and doctors who took care of him throughout his stay. Way to go Lucas! Click here for the full story and video.  

25 Common IEP Acronyms Parents Should Know

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Attention therapists and special educators! Share this list of commonly used acronyms with the parents and family members of your students to help everyone involved in the IEP process communicate more effectively. Click here for the list.