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These Study-Rite Carrels are great when spatial boundary issues are a problem for a student and/or are perfect privacy and testing concerns. They breakdown easily for convenient folding and…Continue
Welcome to the month of May, also known as BSHM (Better Speech and Hearing Month). With so many more children being diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum these days, along with those with sensory processing disorders and/or behavioral…Continue
We have all seen babies coo and babble more when rocked, giggle and laugh when tossed and caught gently in the safety of mom or dad’s arms or show increased vocalizations when using a linear swing. During these activities the vestibular system is engaged. This is the sensory system that gives us information on balance, movement, gravity and changing head positions. The vestibular system and auditory system may work together to help process movement and sound as receptors for these systems…Continue
For some of us around the country, this spring month is arriving more like January!...cold, rain, sleet and snow seem to be the order of the day according to the weather maps. Regardless, we will still be celebrating May as it is Better Speech and Hearing Month! Watch for our posts, newsletters and Facebook pages for more details.
Many children with…Continue
Somehow I missed this wonderful story from earlier this year! I was at a hair salon the other evening and while waiting for my appointment I was perusing the usual stack of magazines when I came across this article from Glamour entitled: Meet the Most Popular Girl in America (P.S. She has Autism) That’s right Miss Montana 2012 Alexis Wineman was diagnosed with autism at age 11. She overcame…Continue