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Important Tips for Supporting Kids with Anxiety

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Check out these tips to help your students deal with difficult emotions in support of National Mental Illness Awareness Week. Take back your Friday, and take a look.         Get apps and activities delivered to your inbox monthly: http://bit.ly/TXsourcenewsletter Looking for a therapy job? Check out our current opening: http://jobs.txsource.net

What Parents Wish You Knew About Their Child with Down Syndrome

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Speech-Language Pathologists

As Down Syndrome Awareness Month continues, take a look at this article that features images and quotes from parents discussing what they wish you knew about their child with Down syndrome. Take back your Friday, and take a look.       Get apps and activities delivered to your inbox monthly: http://bit.ly/TXsourcenewsletter Looking for a therapy job? Check… 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 actives that help children with Down Syndrome strengthen their hamstrings and quads. Click here for the article.

15 Ways To Improve Your Deaf Awareness

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Occupational Therapists

Take back your Friday and learn about the different ways that you can improve your Deaf awareness. Click here for the list.

8 Tips for Incorporating AAC Into the Classroom

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Attention SLPs! Help the teachers in your school incorporate augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) into their classroom with the help of these eight important tips. Take a look!

TBYF: Boy Uses “Make-A-Wish” Opportunity Selflessly

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Speech-Language Pathologists

In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, take a minute to read about Lucas Hobbs, a young cancer survivor who used his “Make-A-Wish” opportunity to give back and feed the hospital staff, patients, and doctors who took care of him throughout his stay. Way to go Lucas! Click here for the full story and video.  

9 Ways to Keep Students with Disabilities Safe from Bullying

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Occupational Therapists

Check out this list and discover new strategies to create a positive classroom environment, and build up your student’s social and emotional skills. Do you have any anti-bullying tactics that have worked in the past? Please share them with us in the ‘comments’ section below!  

EdTech Tuesday: 20 “Inside Out” Video Clips that Teach Children About Feelings

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Disney Pixar’s Inside Out was a major hit in the box office, and continues to thrive in the education community. Check out these clips and discover how you can incorporate them into your next lesson plan or therapy session. Click here for more info!

EdTech Tuesday: 10 ABA Apps for Autism & Special Needs

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Go back to school with excellent special needs apps that use ABA principles. This list includes flashcard apps, problem solving games, and more! Check it out!

EdTech Tuesday: 15 Apps and Websites to Help Educate Kids About Bullying

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Occupational Therapists

This list of apps and websites will help your students recognize bullying behavior, and learn to accept themselves and others. How can you incorporate them into your next lesson plan or therapy session? Click here to find out more.