Lots of Laughs with Ladybugs

ladybug activitiesLook all around you and the world is filled with a lot of insects flying, buzzing, and crawling around. Most of the times kids are afraid of them, but there is one in particular that makes kids of all ages smile. The little lady bug has become a symbol of good luck. They are the perfect critter to embrace and have fun with during the warm summer months. Read More »

Celebrating and Gaining Independence

independence day activitiesRed, white, and blue celebrations are a big part of the start of summer. Everyone plans ways to head out and celebrate the day when the United States became free from British control. It is also a great opportunity to practice working on skills which will allow children to be more independent. Keeping it lighter and fun in the summer is crucial to making sure that kids will be engaged. Read More »

Sun and Summer Fun

summer beach themed activitiesThere is nothing quite like spending time at the beach. Wind in your hair, sand between your toes, and the sound of the surf. Kids adore spending time talking about and exploring the beach during sessions. Bring the theme to the kids and watch them enjoy the time, learn new things, and practice skills. Read More »

The Power of Technology in Therapy Sessions

technology therapyThe start of summer means that children will be on break. This time away from school often comes with concerns that some kids may regress in areas. This is especially worrisome when they are receiving sessions for specific subjects. This means that any therapists, counselors, and teachers must assist families in ways that they can keep up on skills and goals at home. Technology is a wonderful option for many children to continue practicing skills. Read More »

Focus on Feelings for Father’s Day

Fathers Day activitiesFather’s Day is the perfect time to talk to students about important men in their life. While Father’s Day is only one day in June, it is nice to spend several sessions with kids discussing their feeling about the male role models in their lives. Remember to be aware of different family dynamics and sensitive to children who may not have a father at home. Keep the focus on male role models in their life, not simply at home. Read More »

2018 Symposium for Service Providers with Bilingual Populations

Bilingual Symposium 2018Are you a speech pathologist, audiologist, school psychologist, or student who supports or would like to serve bilingual clients? Would you like to earn CEUs during the day, and have some fun at night? Whether you're a foodie, music buff, or sight-seeing fanatic, this location has it all! If you're already dreaming up your Vegas plans, you should also plan on attending our 2018 Bilingual Symposium this summer! Read More »