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Play Therapy For Autism

“Oink,” “Moo,” “Baa,” “Cocka doodle doo!” Using farm toys in play therapy for children with Autism is a great way to work on a variety …

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Small Group Reading Instruction: Brown Bear

Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see? Many of us are familiar with this line from a well-known children’s book. Reading books can be …

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Autism Toddler and Preschool Course Waitlist

Working with autistic toddlers and preschool aged students is a joy! Knowing how to help students in this age group can be a bit overwhelming …

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5 Speech Language Strategies To Use When Working With Students With Autism

Building communication, using expression and finding our voices is an incredible journey we take students on daily. Working with early learners with complex communication disorders …

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Toddler Speech Development Milestones

Hearing our children start to talk is a joyous event!! As our children grow and talk more, at times it can be difficult to understand …

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FREE Early Intervention Printable

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 …

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Freebie Included: Teletherapy Speech Therapy Activities: Preschool and Elementary Students With Autism

Teletherapy for preschool and elementary aged students with autism can be a challenge! I want to share resources with you that will help your students …

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Speech Therapy Activity: FREE Adapted Weather Book

In Ohio you just never know what the weather is going to be!! When I wake up, it is winter. Then when I come out …

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Early Learner Challenge

Working with students with autism who are early learners can be a challenge. When I use the term early learner, I am referring to someone …

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Speech Therapy Tip To Increase Communication For Emerging Communicators

Working with early learners who are developing a way to communicate with the world can be so very exciting! Watching a student learn that their …

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