Archive for June 2018

Summer Language Activities

It’s summertime and school is out for many children. A break from school often means a break from routines, or at least a change in routines. If you have a child or client who craves sensory stimuli throughout the day, you may be wondering, “How can I meet his sensory needs this summer?” If this…

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Applied behavior analysis and parenting – tips from a SLP/BCBA

Applied behavior analysis is not just a science that can be utilized to help students with autism or other disabilities. A formal definition of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is that it is a science devoted to the understanding and improvement of human behavior (Cooper, Heron, Heward 2007). In other words, ABA is the science of studying…

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Speech therapy activities- a focus on literacy

  Working on literacy skills with students during therapy sessions can be so very important and vital in helping them increase their overall receptive and expressive language skills. It can also be a super fun way to work on labeling skills. If you are working with a student who can remain attentive when looking at…

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