Autism Basics… Part 2

Children with autism demonstrate repetitive behaviors and restricted interests referred to as RRBs. This is part 2 of ...
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Autism Basics

If working with a young child with autism is new for you, let’s review some basic information to ...
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How to Play Peek-a-boo! Advice for Parents with Toddlers with Developmental Delays

GAMES FOR TODDLERS Playing peek-a-boo is a time-honored ritual between babies and parents. Many times parents of young ...
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ASHA CEU Course #403

Questions About Social Games

  Yesterday I received these great questions from a new SLP about podcast #403 Teach Social Games First. I started ...
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Help Busy Toddlers Stay and Play!

It's a common problem... we're trying our best to teach a toddler something new and all he can ...
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Benefits of Social Games as a Therapy Strategy

Do you play games like Peek-a-Boo and Ring Around the Rosies in speech therapy sessions with toddlers? If you ...
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1 in 59… New Autism Rates in the US

Yesterday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released updated information about new autism rates in the US. ...
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“Show, Hold, Give”… Improving Joint Attention in Toddlers

Joint attention, or being able to shift and share attention, is soooo important for language development. It's a ...
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Joint Attention…Questions for Parents

Lots of parents (and therapists too!) miss it when a toddler is not exhibiting joint attention. When we ...
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“Why is He Doing That?” Analyzing a Toddler’s Puzzling Behaviors

If you listened to last week’s podcast, you’ll remember that the SLP guest and I discussed a little ...
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