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Episode 94: Low Initiation and Autism, The Virginia Bridge Project, Vocabulary Effects, and Best Therapy Games
This week Michelle is traveling and Matt and Michael are flying solo. Michael has been working closely with the school based SLPs and participating in school visits for his private clinic patients. Michael talks about the hurdles he comes across as being the outside SLP. Matt was wrapping up his progress reports and balancing the paperwork with the amount of therapy time while on the personal side of watching his youngest turn 3.
How important is joint attention? A new study looks at the link between a lack of joint attention and a future diagnosis of ASD. The Virginia Bridge project helps students with special education needs get ready to thrive in the classroom.
How often do you target vocabulary during your therapy sessions? A recent study looked at the important of vocabulary and improving language skills. Lastly, the best games to use during therapy are the ones that engage the students the most. A look at the best games for therapy via Play On Words.
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