TapTapSee is an app designed specifically to help those who are visually impaired identify objects they encounter in daily settings. This app takes a photo of anything, at any angle, and will speak the identification back to the user. TapTapSee is perfect for OTs, TVIs, and Orientation and Mobility Specialists to incorporate into therapy to help children live more independently.… Read More »
Monthly Archives:: April 2015
Discover how these tools can help you tackle the unique challenges that arise in special education settings. This list is inclusive of everything from wiggle seats to shaving cream, and is beneficial for any special educator. Check it out!
Do you get frustrated searching for speech therapy apps? Have trouble sorting through and identifying which apps are the real deal? Take a look at this video to see 6 articulation and phonology apps in action to help you identify those that will be beneficial to you and your students. We found this awesome… Read More »
In need of a creative springtime activity for kids? Explore nature and develop fine motor skills by transforming fresh flowers from your garden into natural watercolor paint. Click here for more details, and a first hand look at the activity.
Attention all Speech-Language Pathologists! Are you looking to make your sessions more successful, life a little easier, and save money while doing it? Check out these 16 life hacks made by SLPs, for SLPs.
In 2008, Guiding Eyes for the Blind introduced Heeling Autism – a program in which its world-renowned dogs are trained to provide safety for children with autism. In actuality, these dogs are primarily tasked with preventing children from bolting or wandering in public. But in most cases, these K9 friends offer countless additional gifts to the… Read More »
Here at Therapy Source, we are committed to supporting autism awareness. And today, our team highlighted that commitment by dressing in blue in support of World Autism Awareness Day and Autism Speak’s Light It Up Blue Campaign. In addition, we are literally “shining a light” on autism, with a spotlight turning our lobby blue for the remainder… Read More »
It’s no secret that bullying can have lasting effects on a child’s self-confidence and overall well-being. Unfortunately, children with disabilities, especially those with communication, developmental, and social disabilities, are often targeted. Speech-language pathologists commonly work with these students, putting them close to the action of many forms of bullying. In this essay, Penn State professor Dr.… Read More »