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Classroom Modifications for School Based Therapists

This 16 page handbook includes classroom modifications for a variety of topics. It is intended to be a reference for school based therapists, case managers, teachers, and parents. It's a must-have for anyone working in the school setting.

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The Occupational Therapist's Role in School

This free download outlines some of the key roles and responsibilities of the school-based OT. OT's wear many hats, and depending on the type of school and the makeup of the student body, there is so much more that encompasses this dynamic profession!  

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3:1 Model: How to Get Started and Implement it in Your School

This guide outlines how to begin implementing the 3:1 Service Delivery Model in your school and/or district. We share how to get started, how we implement it in our district, a sample letter to share with your teachers and staff, and additional resources for further research.

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Take 5 for Vision

This free download is a must have for any school-based OT. It includes:

  • Top 5 iPad Accessibility Features

  • Top 5 No Equipment Exercises

  • Top 5 Apps to Work on Visual Processing Skills

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The Speech Language Pathologist's Role in School

This free download outlines some of the key roles and responsibilities of the school-based SLP SLP's wear many hats, and depending on the type of school and the makeup of the student body, there is so much that encompasses this dynamic profession!  

Childhood Apraxia of Speech & Phonologic
Childhood Apraxia of Speech vs. Severe Phonological Disorder

When evaluating a child with suspected CAS, a differential diagnosis is key in order to provide the most effective intervention. It's important to remember that no single characteristic has been found to clearly distinguish children with CAS from children with other speech sound disorders. This free download outlines the differences in CAS and phonological disorders to guide you in your assessment.

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The Hierarchy of Language Processing

Have you ever heard of the Hierarchy for Language Processing? The idea is that all language skills build on one another and an individual must have a solid foundation before they can understand and use a higher level skill. If you feel lost in your goal writing or lesson planning and have been picking tasks at random, this framework will guide you in creating more structure for your therapy.