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Sometimes you just don’t get the truck dog… Over the weekend I met up with some old friends in New York City. It had been just about ten years since we all saw one another. It was great to re-connect … Continue reading
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33bXBVWYG5Y Be sure to click on the link above to see my Zach playing some Rush…pretty cool and incredible..taught himself this song in about two days!
Thank you to Mary’s mama for allowing me to post these great pictures. Mary is an amazing little girl…and I am blessed to have the opportunity to work with her and her great family. When teaching straw drinking…I … Continue reading
Although this contest is over..I wanted to thank my friend Ashley for posting the blog post below on her site…be sure to visit her blog…I am so glad we got connected via the internet and blogging. Play 2 Learn- The … Continue reading
THANKS iMUMS! Play 2 Learn – Review and Giveaway Reviewed by Grace Play 2 Learn by Speech2teach is a straightforward sound and picture matching app for practicing listening and auditory discrimination skills. Close to 90 pairs of sound … Continue reading
Thanks to Lori Overland for sharing this article with me. In my search for more information regarding the pre-feeding exercises…specific to children with Down Syndrome…I found this article very informative. http://div13perspectives.asha.org/content/20/3/60.abstract The Goal of the pre-feeding program is to develop … Continue reading
Thanks Jen at http://talk-ds.org/ for letting me post this. Jen is a great resource and has helped me so much in my journey as an SLP. We just met via the web a few months ago…but I have already learned so much … Continue reading
Thank you to Caroline Bowen for helping me once again…following my tweet on Twitter: My Tweet: Does anyone have a sound development chart specific to the diphthongs? From Caroline: No available. Vowel/diphthong/triphthong errors drop to 0-4% @ 35 … Continue reading
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/play-2-learn/id538731401?mt=8 PLAY 2 LEARN! Play To Learn: What Sound? is a fun game that teaches your child to discriminate one sound from another. Being able to match a sound and the corresponding picture addresses your child’s auditory discrimination skills-this … Continue reading
LeapFrog Shapes And Sharing Picnic Basket There is so much I love about this toy. I can work on following simple directives. For example when you push the butterfly button and your little one will hear a simple directive she … Continue reading