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Screen Time & Kids

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Ryan Howard of Smart Parent Advice wrote an interesting article about pros and cons of screen time for your child. (See the article here:https://smartparentadvice.com/screen-time-for-kids/) Screen time. In today’s connected world, there are more and more reasons to experience screen time. Screens are so prevalent, it’s hard to avoid them altogether. Having children only complicates the […]

Homeschool Parents – 2018 Scholastic Holiday Book Sale!

Scholastic Books presents –   This holiday – for a limited time only – you can buy one, get one free on hundreds of books, gifts, schools supplies – and even Build-a-Box!* Refresh your school, home, and classroom libraries, and stock up on gifts for everyone. Exclusively for librarians, teachers, district/school employees and volunteers, Book […]

Find Cincinnati Therapy Connections on Ohio’s Disability Resource Guide

Cincinnati Therapy Connections can be found when looking for resources found on Ohio Resource Disability Guide .Find the resources here Cincinnati Therapy Connections continues to provide in home speech and occupational therapy in the Cincinnati and surrounding areas. We work with your child ages 3-18 to grow their speech and fine motor skills. Contact Info@CincinnatiTherapyConnections.com […]

Books Which Encourage Speech & Language Development

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From: booksharetime.com https://booksharetime.com/books written by Cecile a SLP in Australia Dig, Dump, Roll “Crash-a-rumble, smash-a-grumble, what’s at work? Here’s a clue: it will clear the ground for you…” Explore the world of construction transportation through rhythm and rhyme as children use visual and auditory clues to guess which vehicle will make an appearance next. There are bulldozers, […]

Sensory Visit with the Easter Bunny @ Liberty Center

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Visit with the Easter Bunny on March 25th from 10am – 12PM at Liberty Center. The Easter bunny will be in the Living Room where children will have the opportunity to meet with him in a calm sensory-friendly environment before regular hours. *Reservations are not needed for the sensory experience.   Cincinnati Therapy Connections provides […]

THE COMPLETE LIST OF FREE THINGS AND GRANTS FOR KIDS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS!

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Read the article here From Don’tPayFull.com, written by Written by Irina Vasilescu “We always want to provide the best for our kids, but somehow, the pressure is even greater when our kids have special needs. Of course, there are direct costs, such as the need for medical equipment to make their lives easier, but we also want to provide them […]

The Impact of CVI on the Use of AAC

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Written by:By Charlotte Cushman on Oct 30, 2017 Used from http://www.pathstoliteracy.org/resources/impact-cvi-use-aac A great webinar is available and presented by Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy, this webinar from the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC) focuses on people in the AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) community who are at risk for cortical visual impairment (CVI). CVI is the largest cause of […]

A Social Learning Challenge is a Social Executive Functioning Challenge

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Written by: Michelle Garcia Winner Read the full article here A classic example of a person with a social learning challenge is Jason. He is in 4th grade, has excellent language skills, and amazing abilities to learn information about his topics interest (i.e., history, math). He enjoys learning factual information and excels in fact-based academic tasks. […]

4 Ways to Help Your Child Bond With Playmates Who Have Special Needs

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4 Ways to Help Your Child Bond With Playmates Who Have Special Needs It’s not about pity or charity. When a child finds common ground with a peer who has special needs, the payoff is powerful—for both kids. By Jana Banin from Parents Magazine Benzi Goldman (left) who has Autism, playing with friend Adam Bregman (right) There was […]

Electronic Baby Toys Associated with Decrease in Quality and Quantity of Language in Infants

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Electronic Baby Toys Associated with Decrease in Quality and Quantity of Language in Infants NEUROSCIENCE NEWSDECEMBER 31, 2015 FEATUREDMOST POPULARPSYCHOLOGY6 MIN READ Electronic toys for infants that produce lights, words and songs were associated with decreased quantity and quality of language compared to playing with books or traditional toys such as a wooden puzzle, a […]