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Fall sensory activities

Fall is finally here and with it comes a whole new world of sensory experiences for you and your family to enjoy! With the warm weather coming to an end, you may be wondering how you will fill all that time spent swinging at the park, digging in the sandbox or bounding through the splash

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Time for IEP’s

Special Education teachers are beginning to plan and write Individual Education Plans. Here is what you can expect if your child is formally identified as an exceptional student or has an IEP for another reason. IEP: Individual Education Plan What is it? An IEP is an individualized written plan describing the program and/or services required

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How a parent can prepare for the school year

Summer is ending We all love the laid-back pace of summer. The long hazy and lazy days, not being on a demanding schedule, and actually stopping to smell the roses. This time of year is magical, and it offers many benefits to parents and children alike. Summer can also be a time of reflection on

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Transitioning back to school

Whether your child is starting school for the first time or returning after the summer break, the start of the school year brings a great deal of excitement, together with some anxiety and stress. A little planning and preparation can ease a lot of the uncertainty and help make the first day of school an

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Benefits to reading all year long

Reading is a gateway through which children can explore and engage with the words on a page, as well as advance skills that are essential to school success and development. Your child has worked hard all school year to achieve his or her current literacy levels. Finding ways to encourage your children to read throughout

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Tips and tools for early language development from a speech-language pathologist

Parents and caregivers play a considerable role in the development of early language skills. There are many things that you can do to help your child increase their language and communication abilities. These strategies can be used with children who have typical or delayed language development. PLAY Your child’s job for the first few years

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