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7 Tips for New Special Education Teachers

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Occupational Therapists

Sail through September with ease. These tips are perfect for Special Ed Teachers who are about to enter their first classroom. Take a look.  

Therapy Source Joins Inc. Magazine’s Exclusive List of America’s 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies for 8th Consecutive Year

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Plymouth Meeting, PA — August 13, 2015 — For the 8th year in a row, the Inc. Magazine Top 5000 has awarded Therapy Source, Inc. an exclusive ranking on their list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. This list represents the most comprehensive look at a critical segment of the economy—America’s independent entrepreneurs. Companies such… Read More »

EdTechTuesday: 75 Best Apps for Special Education

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Speech-Language Pathologists

This comprehensive list, created by speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists, explores the top apps for Auditory Processing Disorder, speech and language, reading, writing, and more . Take a look!

5 Tips for Running a Social Skills Group

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These five tips from a speech-language pathologist will help you run a successful social skills group. Make sure to check out the activities and free materials included. Take a look!

EdTech Tuesday: 5 Must-Have Tools for Education Conferences

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School Physical Therapists

Summer vacation is a popular time for teachers, therapists, and administrators to attend education conferences. If you haven’t attended many, you may wonder what you should bring with you on conference day. This list of tools and apps will help you have an easy-going and worthwhile conference experience. Take a look here!

5 Ways to Encourage Spontaneous Language

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Speech-Language Pathologist SLP

For children with expressive language difficulties, creating opportunities for spontaneous language is key. With the help of these 5 tools you can create moments of intention and meaning that can be reinforced naturally with your child or student. Take a look! 

EdTech Tuesday: My Sensory Locations

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Occupational Therapists

My Sensory Locations is an app designed to ease the anxiety and fear for individuals and families affected by sensory needs when trying to visit any new location. The tool focuses on vision, sound, taste, touch, smell, movement and awareness all within the public locations in your community, and provides you with a better sense of what… Read More »

Nutrition & ADHD: Can Simple Dietary Changes Affect Behavior?

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Occupational Therapists

It’s no secret that nutrition contributes to a child’s physical and cognitive development, but can dietary changes help reduce the symptoms of ADHD in their adolescence?  According to an article from PsychCentral, studies have uncovered a link between daily vitamin and mineral supplements and reduced ADHD symptoms. Check out the full article to learn more about the affect nutrition… Read More »