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Executive Functioning as an "Air Traffic Controller" of your Brain

During peak air travel times in the United States, there are about 5,000 airplanes in the sky every hour. This translates to approximately 50,000 aircraft operating in our skies each day. 380 more words

Air Traffic Controller

Getting Out & Giving Back

We all know the importance of giving back. Whether we take part in a neighborhood cleanup, serve food at a homeless shelter, or just walk our neighbor’s dog, there’s a sense of connection that we feel when we take time out of our day to help others. 242 more words

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Melissa McGlensey - 14 People With Sensory Processing Disorder Describe What It Feels Like - The Mighty

I’ve been really addicted to reading on The Mighty’s website. They have created a positive and supportive webpage filled with great stories and advice for others who live through the struggles that many of us face from day to day. 247 more words

Autism

It's Time to Talk to Yourself!

Students these days are very fortunate. When I was in school, I was never directly taught social skills, how to study, or even how to organize my work. 140 more words

For SLPs

How to Meet and Greet Your Teachers

Your teachers put a lot of thought into making the right impression on students the first time the class meets (except for those who put no thought into it whatsoever, but even in that case – and perhaps more so – it still makes an impression!), but what can you do to make the right impression on them, when you’re one of as many as 100, 120, or even 150 students they will encounter throughout the day? 965 more words

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All Systems Go: Student Organization Made Easy

Most students start off the school year with a resolution to be better organized and stay on top of their assignments, but if they’ve struggled with this in the past it doesn’t take long to fall behind again and feel defeated. 2,571 more words

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