Archive for September 2016

Learn How to ‘Block and Box’ To Help Students with Executive Function!

Last week you learned about the Wondertime Clock and some fun and useful ways it can help students manage time. This week, I’ve got another treasure from Sarah Ward’s list of tools for help with executive function. If you have a student who just can’t seem to get that homework home or that lunch box in his book bag, you are going to want to see today’s video. Take a […]

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A Visual Support on a Clock that Works Wonders for Executive Function!

Do you know that there are brilliant adults out in the workforce who actually pay assistants to help with daily activities that involve executive function? These people pay others to help them select what to wear, get them meals, help with personal hygiene, arrange for transportation and get them to work on time. The “employer” in these cases have only one basic job and that is to totally focus on […]

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To All SLPs, Do You Have This APP in Your Therapy Bag?

One of my least favorite thing to do when I was working as an SLP was to search for words, phrase, and sentences that contained my students’ target sounds in any and all positions that I needed it. I ended up spending money on little card decks that got boring after awhile and then I’d need another source for ideas to help me with articulation therapy.   Sometimes I would just […]

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