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TBYF: Librarians Peddle Books to Kids in “Book Deserts”

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Started by public libraries and schools across the U.S, “Books on Bikes” delivers books to community centers and areas where public libraries are scarce. What a great way to promote literacy! Click here to learn more.

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.  

35 Money Saving DIYs for the Classroom

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School Physical Therapists

Create your own book dividers, paper bins, mailboxes and more! These helpful DIY tips are excellent for teachers, therapists, and students. Take a look.    

22 Helpful Tips for New School-Based OTs

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Are you a new school-based Occupational Therapist? Take a look at these hints and tips to help you begin the school year with ease. Click here for the article.  

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.

15 At-Work Relaxation Tips for SLPs

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Occupational Therapists

De-stress between therapy session with these quick and simple relaxation tips. Click here to check out the list, and approach the upcoming school year with ease.    

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.