Summer’s not over yet! Here are 10 outdoor activities to help develop a child’s gross motor skills from the Friendship Circle.
Low vision can have a huge impact on a person’s quality of life. But Occupational Therapist, JoAnn Wright, PhD, OTR/L, CLVT, FAOTA, is working hard to find ways for her patients to live their live’s to the fullest. Read more about how Dr. Wright uses occupational therapy to benefit low vision patients. (Dr. JoAnn Wright is… Read More »
Autism. Boom. Right off the bat, you knew exactly what I was talking about. An image may have popped into your head of an awareness ribbon covered in yellow, blue, and red puzzle pieces. But what about Angelman Syndrome? That probably doesn’t ring any bells for you. Angelman Syndrome causes a variety of physical and… Read More »
Can you believe it’s almost June?! There are thousands of graduations happening throughout the country, meaning shiny, new professionals are entering the job industry – including Speech-Language Pathologists! Check out these 7 tips for new SLPs from ASHA. Is there any other advice you could give a brand new SLP?
One of the apps we keep hearing about this month is Language Builder® from Stages Publishing. It uses photos to teach children with either autism, speech-language delays, or any special needs, six core education activities – Identical Matching, Similar Matching, Receptive Labeling, Expressive Labeling, Picture Identification, and Sorting. Read more about Language Builder® here!
Chocolate and berries for sensory play? We found this list of 100 basic sensory materials over at Sensory Playhouse! How many have you used before?