Wow things have really changed with service delivery due to COVID-19. We have all had to learn new skills and continue to do so, to help our clients. The BLOG POSTS below will help you learn more about teletherapy. Stacy Crouse shares amazing information about screen share and mouse control in this blog post. The…

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Early intervention to help toddlers and early learners find their voice is one of the best parts of a speech therapists’ day. How rewarding it is to help little ones with verbal limitation increase expressive language and skills! Working with toddlers and early learners, who are struggling with language, is such important work for parents,…

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When I first started in the field of speech pathology and applied behavioral analysis, I felt very overwhelmed when I worked with a little one who was pre-verbal or struggling to find a way to communicate with the world. It can also be hard for new therapists, special education teachers, paraprofessionals and parents of children…

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Looking for ideas to get older students with autism talking? Telehealth and distance learning can be challenging, especially for our older students with autism. When it comes to communication, the challenge is even greater. Don’t let the planning overwhelm you! ABA has some no prep, easy to use lessons to incorporate today, along with a…

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Wow here we are providing distance learning! This switch has left me feeling anxious and exhausted with how to help support all of my students! Some districts are providing distance learning and some are sending home materials and videos. I wanted to help you support your students during this distance learning time. The video below…

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