Want Your Dream Job to Find You? You Must Ace Your LinkedIn Profile!

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As we approach the end of the year (and what a year it has been), some of you are probably looking to move on. At the same...

4 Fun Holiday Activities That Help Your Child’s Speech-Language Skills

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It’s that time of year again. And although this holiday season promises to be quite different than those in the past, due to the pandemic-imposed restrictions, we...

Does Your Child Need to Develop Fine Motor Skills? How About Gift Wrapping?

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It’s well known that handwriting deficiencies and fine motor skills development in children are one of the most common reasons children are referred to receive Occupational Therapy. So,...

Social Anxiety Disorder & COVID: Brave New World or More of the Same?

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The new way to refer to the future as ‘post-COVID’ seems more than a bit inaccurate to some, as it presumes that in the future we will...

A New Challenge for Schools: How to Mitigate Growing Childhood PTSD

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As schools closed their doors to slow the spread of the coronavirus last spring, Teaching Tolerance reached out to their community to learn what support could be...

What is The Long-Term Impact of Isolation on a Child’s Mental Health?

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Acceptable social behavior and engaging in social interactions are vital to every child’s development. However, due to the ongoing pandemic that has included quarantines and sporadic lockdowns,...

Dear Therapist: Are You Stressed-Out by The Upcoming Holiday Season?

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For many therapists, holidays are a time of excitement and pleasant memories. Recalling family warmth, delicious meals, and enjoyable conversations foster the yearning to experience this yet...

Why ASHA’s Convention Cancellation Isn’t as Devastating as it May Seem

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The immersive experience of the annual ASHA Convention provides a multi-dimensional goldmine of opportunity for SLPs. The synergy created by assembling 15,000 students and professionals who are...

The Plight of the Sight-Impaired & Hearing-Impaired During COVID

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COVID-19 has been particularly tough for visually-impaired people. A report by the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) notes that two-thirds of visually-impaired individuals feel less...

SPEDtalk w/ Lindsey S2, E3 – Protect Your Voice with Julie Grower, SLP

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Are you psyched for voice fatigue? Join Lindsey and Julie Grower, SLP for a great discussion on how to prevent and alleviate voice fatigue. Whether you are...

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