Five Ways to Improve Remote Learning for Special Education Students

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Special education teachers find providing instruction through remote learning especially challenging. From establishing a routine to meeting social-emotional needs, to engaging students through their individualized learning modalities,...

7 Tips From Therapists Themselves for Effective Self-Care

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Self-care has a variety of definitions. However, the common denominator amongst all of them is that self-care is all about nourishing ourselves—and is undeniably vital. As psychotherapist Emily...

Does Online Speech Therapy Compromise the Client’s Privacy?

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As online speech therapy and other remote therapies become increasingly popular, perhaps it’s time to ask, “Isn’t sacrificing client confidentiality through the online venue too high a...

10 Effective Ways to Cope with Cabin Fever & Regain Some Normalcy

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“Cabin Fever” is the term used to describe the psychological symptoms that many people experience when they are confined to their homes for extended periods. With people...

Financing Compensatory Minutes: Grasping our New Dilemma in 7 Steps

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Compensatory Minutes are designed to help students regain what was lost due to their having been deprived of special education and related services. The exact nature of...

Unleashing Green Screen’s Online Speech Therapy Power in 7 Easy Steps

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“How can I get my clients to be as engaged virtually as they were in person?” That is a question that continues to be occupying the thoughts...

Another COVID Benefit: Destigmatizing Mental Illness For Once and For All!

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There has been a gradual change in the public perception of mental illness over the past decade. More people speak openly about their experiences with care. Celebrities...

Have You Mastered the 3 Critical Components of Creating an IEP?

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When you are delivering on-site or online speech therapy or any remote therapy for that matter, it is essential to set appropriate goals for your student’s Individualized...

Does Online Speech Therapy Compare to Onsite?

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Remote instruction will remain a significant part of K-12 education, long after the COVID-19 is finally under control. “There’s no going back now,” said Pedro Martinez, superintendent...

Alleviating COVID’s Powerful Impact on a Child’s Executive Function

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Broadly speaking, executive function refers to the cognitive and mental abilities that help people engage in goal-directed action. They direct actions, self-regulate, control behavior, and motivate us...

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