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Police Officer Makes Dream Come True for Boy with Autism

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Everything changed for 6-year-old Brock, who had recently been diagnosed with Autism-ASD, when he walked into a Wisconsin police station. Learn about Brock’s progress, and read about his story here.

EdTech Tuesday: 15 Best Apps for Kids Who are Visually Impaired

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Stimulate the use of vision while working on fine motor skills, communication, and more! This list explores 15 of the top apps for children with visual impairments. Click here for more information.

Back to School Tips for Special Education Teachers

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School Physical Therapists

Are you ready for the upcoming school year? Take advantage of these back to school tips for special education teachers. Check it out here.  

5 Outdoor Activities for Kids with ADHD and Autism

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Occupational Therapists

Physical projects are a great way for children with behavioral and learning disabilities to improve social skills and develop coordination. Take advantage of the summer weather and explore these five outdoor activities with your students. Click here to view the list.

EdTech Tuesday: 6 Essential Reference Apps for OTs

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Occupational Therapists

Refer to apps like Hand and Wrist Pro II, Skeleton Premium, and more from this list of essential apps to add to your OT toolkit. Most are available for download at a free or discounted rate. Click here for more info.    

30 Best Apps for Kids with Autism

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Speech-Language Pathologists

This list features apps that work on social skills, emotions, sequencing, language, and more. Check it out!

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!