Autism IEP goal bank will help those creating communication goals for students with autism.

Working with students with autism can be overwhelming! How can I get my student to attend to the materials I am using? How can I goal set, when there are so many areas to work on? Using a robust assessment is a great first step. The VB-MAPP ( Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program)…

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I LOVE summer!!! Talking about summer in therapy is always a treat for myself and my students. Using functional and no prep materials always makes my therapy a tad bit easier. I like to use adapted books in therapy. Using adapted books with real pictures is a functional way to address language skills for students…

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Summer social skills packet

Social skill instruction is so important! All that practice should not stop when we’re on break from school, during the summer, or distance learning at home. If you are working with students who have autism or difficulty with play and leisure skills, this FREE packet will help! I’ve compiled some fun leisure activities for elementary…

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During this time of distance learning taking a virtual field trip is a JOY!! A way to keep your students engaged. Super fun for therapists as well. We have taken virtual field trips to the zoo and aquarium. How you ask? We start by reading a book about visiting the zoo. I use our adapted…

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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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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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