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Monthly Archives:: June 2015
Meltdowns are common for individuals on the autism spectrum. Here are five strategies for meltdowns to help calm your students down as well as tips for spotting the differences between meltdowns and tantrums. Click here for the article!
Take back your Friday, and learn about The Monarch School. Discover how the San Diego school provides stability and resources for homeless children. Click here for the full story!
Use superheroes to integrate movement into your therapy sessions. Here are ten superhero-themed movement and learning games that will keep your students interested and engaged. Click here for the list!
These five tips from a Speech-Language Pathologist will help you while running a social skills group. Make sure to check out the activities and free materials included! Take a peek.
The Sign 4 Me app now works with Siri Speech Recognition to help you learn and teach sign language. Check it out here on iTunes.
Improve pencil grasp through play! Here are twelve activities that help develop the small muscles of the hand. Check it out!
When ten-year-old Jerylyn’s wheelchair went missing, her neighbor decided to lend a helping hand. In only one day, eighth-grader Ryan Czech raised over $2,700 for his friend with cerebral palsy and successfully purchased her a new chair. Way to go, Ryan! Click here for the full story.
This sight word scavenger hunt is a perfect warm-weather activity that can be played at home and in the classroom. Click here to learn how to play.
For children who have difficulty maintaining focus, adding a sensory component or enhancing the existing sensory features of an activity can help promote engagement and attention. Click here to discover thirty superb sensory strategies to help students pay attention!