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Easiest iPad Tool Ever!

Easiest iPad Tool Ever!

Easiest iPad Tool Ever! You don’t have to be a techie for this one!!!  Just think how cool it would be to have that paperwork you need at your fingertips!!! Mobile, quick, easy, convenient…who knew?  Take a look at this week’s video on how you can put information like: IEPs Parent contact info Service Provider info Monthly Appointment Calendars Instructions on “How to” projects Blog ideas Craft ideas Reading Lists […]

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Core Vocabulary: Communication Systems for Students with Special Needs

Core Vocabulary:  Communication systems for students with special needs What is Core Vocabulary?  It’s a small number of words that make up 70 to 90% of what we say everyday.   Instead of just labeling items that limits vocabulary to nouns, you can give your students a greater ability to communicate using pieces of grammar to actually formulate phrases and sentences. Communication is power and once a student understands how powerful […]

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The Sandwich Technique

The Sandwich Technique Hey there!  It’s Springtime and my tulips are popping up everywhere yet we just had a huge hail storm!!  What’s up with that?  Mixing a little positive with the negative is part of life.  That’s exactly what I want to communicate to you today. We’ve all had a situation where we’ve not been happy with someone yet we really didn’t want to derail the relationship.  What to […]

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Aspergers: Teaching a Social Skill Strategy for Students with Special Needs

Think it!  Don’t say it!   That’s the message we need to give to our students on the autism spectrum especially our kids with Asperger Syndrome.  We need to teach that just because they’re thinking something, that doesn’t mean they need to say it.  Another expression we often use with our students who have social skill issues is “on the mind, not out the mouth”. One way I like to get […]

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Communication

Communication

As a speech/language pathologist, I have a strong belief that every student has a basic right to a communication system. I have learned that if a student does not have a constructive way to communicate he/she will still communicate through behavior. I have worked with severe students who were able to develop a communication system with minimal skills in movement and vocalizations. For example, four years ago, I walked into […]

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Best Practices for Autism Spectrum Disorders

Best Practices for Autism Spectrum Disorders

Happy New Year!   As you welcome in 2013 I want you to be aware of what the National Professional Development Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders considers their top 24 Evidence Based Practices for students with autism.  They are as follows: Antecedent-Based Intervention (ABI) Computer-Aided Instruction (CAI) Differential Reinforcement Discrete Trial Training (DTT) Extinction Functional Behavior Analysis (FBA) Functional Communication Training (FCT) Naturalistic Intervention visa signature card Parent Implemented Intervention […]

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