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Mind Your Ps and Qs

We’re starting to get some of the basics of social etiquette coming with her: turn-taking is going well thanks to the ubiquitous Orchard Toys games – she is even content to take her turn and, if the rules of the game so dictate, miss her turn – and she is applying it ourside the game setting. 192 more words

Language Acquisition

Have you seen her highlights?

Not those highlights!!

I’m talking about those magazines!

In a previous post, we talked about using Highlights® Magazine in speech therapy. That post focused more on the use of… 518 more words

Social language, with a cherry on top!

I work on the concepts of emotional identification and regulation in therapy with my kids a LOT! I love finding different ways of working on these skills, particularly using games. 447 more words

Social Thinking so it Sticks!

    

        Teaching so our Teaching Sticks!

It is one thing to know WHAT to teach and a completely different concept to know HOW to teach it! Concepts and skills related to social-cognition cannot b taught from the podium, they need to be taught in “real time” while experiencing a real relationship with another person. 26 more words

Autism

No more teachers, no more books....

Summer is almost here and I have been sitting in IEP meetings for the last 137 hours (at least it feels that way).  Summer homework packets are always stressful for the SLP to create as we tend towards the tiniest streak of perfectionism as a profession.   507 more words

I feel appreciated!

It’s the last one of the school year, the TPT Teacher Appreciation Sale!  Don’t forget to enter the code:  Thankyou17 at checkout to save up to 28% on all social language products in my TPT store, … 102 more words

The Social Dogtective.

It’s been a bit chaotic around school this week with state testing, end of course testing and general spring fever!  It’s a bit harder to keep our friends engaged this time of year, but I came up with a fun activity that just might do the trick!   282 more words