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Episode #036: Supporting Parents and Early Intervention with Jaclynn Bosley

Jaclynn Bosley is a great friend and colleague who I have worked with across many different settings over the years. She is the owner and operator of Thrive Early Learning Center. We discuss the importance of family involvement, some ideas for parents as they’re seeking the support of ABA therapy, and what early intervention looks like in Jaclynn’s center.

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Episode #025: Where to Start with Communication Intervention with Lori Frost

Lori Frost is vice-president and co-founder of Pyramid Educational Consultants, Inc. and the driving force behind The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). In this episode, she talks about how PECS began, how it was developed, and how it has gone on to help countless students to start communicating.

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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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Help Your Students with Autism to Communicate

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 …

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Speech therapy activities- would you rather questions

    Working with students who need work on answering conversation based questions can be difficult. It can be challenging for students with more complex …

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Preference Assessments

Have you worked with a student before who was hard to engage? Have you worked with a student who you presented a variety of toys …

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5 Speech Language Strategies To Use When Working With Autism

Working with early learners with autism and other complex communication disorders can be such a rewarding experience. It can also be quite overwhelming. I wanted …

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Social Skills and Modified Memory

When you are working with students who have autism or other complex communication disorders, there may be so many areas to focus on that it …

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Speech Therapy Activities For Halloween

I love Halloween! I am sure that most of you reading this also love the holidays. There are so many fun ways to work on …

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Applied Behavior Analysis and Speech Pathology- My Journey and a ABA Glossary

Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by. If you are new here, my name is Rose Griffin. I am a speech language pathologist and a board …

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