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Treatment Resources

Autism Awareness Month Feature: the TEACCH Method

April 28, 2016

Providing support and instruction for students on the autism spectrum is not always easy. It takes patience, intelligence, empathy, and innovation. This Autism Awareness Month, we are featuring personal stories and connections to Autism from our colleagues and clinicians.  One of our wonderful special education teachers – Apryl Levy – wanted to share a method she’s found successful in […]

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Winter Speech Therapy Homework for Holiday Break

December 25, 2014

Concentrating on speech and language goals in the winter can be tough. Between the holidays, vacations, and other disruptions, focus can be hard to maintain. No matter what is happening, you must get items accomplished during sessions with students. Assessments are done throughout the year, so mix up some word games to practice sounds, phrases, […]

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Thanksgiving Traditions and More

November 26, 2014

Thanksgiving brings images of spending time with loved ones, eating delicious food, and making special memories. Kids love to share their own traditions, and work on their speech and language goals can focus on these topics. Thanksgiving is a great time to tie in to their families and ask how they celebrate and whether they […]

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Learning Linguistics with Lucky Ladybugs

July 17, 2014

Summertime means seeing insects all around. While we often try to avoid ants and bees, the lucky little ladybug is popular. Spend some time during summer sessions working on speech and language goals while having fun with this spotted friend. 0

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Utilizing Technology for Speech and Language to Prevent Summer Slide

June 5, 2014

Summer break is here for many children or just around the corner for others. With this freedom comes concerns of regression for children that receive Speech and Language and other services. This is the time when many speech language pathologists will suggest technology options for kids that will not have summer sessions or will be […]

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Symposium for speech-language pathologists with bilingual students

April 24, 2014

Are you a monolingual speech-language pathologist with a bilingual population? Then you’ll want to attend the Bilingual Symposium. The premier event for monolingual and bilingual speech-language pathologists is coming to New Orleans on July 18-20! In a two-day event set in the heart of NOLA, learn about… How to identify bilingual children with language disorders […]

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