Monthly Archives:: June 2015

EdTechTuesday: ICanEmail Online

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ICanEmail Online is a message service app that uses pictures and voice recordings instead of text, simplifying communication for individuals with cognitive, visual, and physical challenges. Take a look!

10 Superhero Themed Movement and Learning Games

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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!  

5 Tips for Running a Social Skills Group

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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.

EdTech Tuesday: Sign 4 Me

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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.  

Take Back Your Friday: Boy Raises Money for Friend with Cerebral Palsy

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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.  

30 Sensory Strategies to Help Kids Pay Attention

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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!