Monthly Archives:: October 2015

5 Fall Books for Speech Therapy

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Target sequencing, vocabulary, and more by incorporating these autumn-themed children’s books for speech therapy (and a few activities) into your next lesson plan. Read the full list of fall-themed books for speech therapy here!   Get apps and activities delivered to your inbox monthly: https://txsource.com/newsletter Looking for a therapy job? Check out our current opening:… Read More »

Therapy Source Earns Spot in the Philadelphia 100® for 2015

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Plymouth Meeting, PA — October 19, 2015 — For a 6th year, Philadelphia Business Journal has named Therapy Source, Inc. to its annual list of Philadelphia 100®, the region’s hallmark of entrepreneurial excellence recognizing the area’s fastest growing businesses. Organizations are selected based on their increase in revenues over the past three years. Therapy Source,… Read More »

20 Kinesthetic Learning Activities for Kids That Incorporate Movement

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Occupational Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists

To make your next lesson plan more fun and engaging, incorporate movement into learning! Click here to learn how to incorporate movement into your next lesson plan.

35 Sensory Activities to Help Students with SPD

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sensory activites

This excellent SPD resource of 35 sensory activities includes creative activities and DIY projects to aid students with sensory processing disorders both at home and in the classroom. To find out how to benefit students with SPD, read the article here. Get apps and activities delivered to your inbox monthly: https://txsource.com/newsletter Looking for a therapy… Read More »

Important Tips for Supporting Kids with Anxiety

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Check out these tips to help your students who are dealing with emotions, specifically anxiety, in support of National Mental Illness Awareness Week. Take a glance at this enlightening article, and learn how to effectively support children who are dealing with emotions like anxiety.   Get apps and activities delivered to your inbox monthly: https://txsource.com/newsletter… Read More »

Fun Pumpkin Activities for the Classroom

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Occupational Therapists

Get inspired by this list of classroom-friendly and creative pumpkin activities, and discover how you can incorporate them into your next lesson plan. Check out the list of fun pumpkin activities for the classroom here!   Get apps and activities delivered to your inbox monthly: https://txsource.com/newsletter Looking for a therapy job? Check out our current… Read More »

Top 20 iPad Apps for Teachers

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Perfect for special educators and therapists, the iPad apps for teachers on this list are helpful for organizing lesson plans and improving time management skills! Click here to discover the full list of iPad apps for teachers. Get apps and activities delivered to your inbox monthly: https://txsource.com/newsletter Looking for a therapy job? Check out our… Read More »

5 Tips for Teaching Students to Write About Text

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School Physical Therapists

In honor of World Teachers Day, we’ve decided to share some tips that you may find useful while teaching your students to write about text. Let us know what you think about these suggestions, and pass along this post to a friend or colleague! To discover the top five tips to teach students to write… Read More »

What Parents Wish You Knew About Kids with Down Syndrome

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Speech-Language Pathologists

As Down Syndrome Awareness Month continues, take a look at this HuffPost article that features images and quotes from parents discussing what they wish you knew about kids with Down syndrome. Take back your Friday, and find inspiration by taking a look at “55 Parents Of Kids With Down Syndrome Share What They Wish You… Read More »

3 PT Activities for Kids with Down Syndrome

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School Physical Therapists

In honor of both Down Syndrome Awareness Month and National Physical Therapy Month, take a look at these PT activities for kids with Down Syndrome to strengthen their hamstrings and quads. Click here for the article.