Monthly Archives:: November 2016

Ten Top Tips for Working with Autistic Children

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Speech-Language Pathologists

It can be said that when you’ve met an Autistic person, you’ve done simply that—met one individual with Autism.  As a speech-language pathologist or other type of school-based therapist job working with autistic children, both verbal and non-verbal, you know that every child is different. Their interests, abilities, stress levels and learning styles vary across… Read More »

Eight SLP Blogs To Follow (and Why!)

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Whether you’re a new or experienced Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP), there’s always something new to learn. Books, seminars, and on-the-job training are essential, but few things compare to recommendations from SLPs who share your passion for helping students and patients.  A rising number of Speech-Language Pathologists blog, and some are quite good at it! It would… Read More »

Classroom Sensory Strategies for Occupational Therapy

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When things get hairy, nerves are frayed and frustrations are running high, your calming influence as an occupational therapist (OT) can be the beacon in a storm of emotions.  Loud noises, bright lights, changes in schedule and overall tiredness are just a few good reasons to take a sensory break.  Knowing some good sensory strategies… Read More »