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How to Use for Phonological Therapy: This fun game can be used for phonological therapy to eliminate phonological processes like Final Consonant Deletion.  You can use this game to work on auditory discrimination or spoken production at the single word level.  I also show you how to adapt this for children who need a little more

How to Use for Phonological Therapy: This fun game can be used for phonological therapy to eliminate phonological processes like Final Consonant Deletion. You can use this game to work on auditory discrimination or spoken production at the single word lev

Sensory Processing Disorder and Autism - The Sensory Spectrum

April is National Autism Awareness Month. Many parents who have children with Sensory Processing Disorder may wonder why we are talking about Autism on a site dedicated to SPD. Studies conducted by.

Auditory processing disorder is not a condition that affects the ability to hear. Instead, it affects the brain's ability to process what has been heard. Kids with APD often appear to be forgetful or even confused, among other symptoms.

Disorders associated with ADHD. Many have similar symptoms and impairments. Getting the correct diagnosis is further confused by the high comorbidity rates associated with ADHD.

I love using this book... here is an activity to go along w/ it!

Fishpond Australia, The Invisible String by Geoff Stevenson (Illustrated ) Patrice Karst. Buy Books online: The Invisible String, ISBN Geoff Stevenson (Illustrated by) Patrice Karst

“Mommy, why do I worry so much?” At some point, children with anxiety want to understand why they are suffering from persistent worry. Try walking your child through this infographic. Kids love to learn that worry actually has a very specific...

“Mommy, Why Do I Worry So Much? A simple explanation of the evolutionary background to worry, stress & anxiety explained. (Fight or flight response)