Cooking and language go together. What’s nice is that you need to stop and think. You exercise your brain and create a sequence of steps-carry then out and create like a chemist!
Controversy surrounds how or if unvaccinated children should return to school. Before you decide consider the pros and cons…
Teachable moments are within the daily routines that we share with others. In an age of uncertainty and possibly extended social distancing you can “teach by doing” Here’s how…
Schools are closed and there is still a pandemic brewing in our midst. Some remain unvaccinated and the question of what will come next has arrived. Technology will most likely be on the minds of students who now have more free time and ideas for developing routines and rules around it abound. However, I haveContinue reading “The 5K Step Rule!”
We have all been preoccupied with the coronavirus pandemic, but how can we not be. Good news is that this year, one since this post was originally written, we have a vaccine! I’ve re-written it with reflection in mind and the fact that there is concern. April is also Autism Awareness month and April 2ndContinue reading “COVID19 and ASD”
In a matter of speaking … yes! Wow!!! Blended learning students in grades 9-12 return to buildings beginning 03/22 (at least in NYC). Speech-language pathologists help others with organizational skills so in that spirit here are some reminders Get back into that routine now! Resume the routine bedtime, preparing lunch the night before, laying outContinue reading “Back to School???”
World Hearing Day was March 3rd and I wonder-do we really hear each other??? Well… as a speech language pathologist this topic is near and dear to me. In fact, it is an occupational hazard… Pragmatics refers to the way in which people use language within social situations. Consider that you may use language to greet others, inform peopleContinue reading “Do We Hear??”
Thanksgiving is coming; but how do you keep safe traditions now in a socially distanced world. Cooking has always been something central to our family. I would think that this is to others as well. In my family, we sometimes share a recipe. Everyone brings something to dinner and one family member makes a mainContinue reading “Holiday Kid Cooks and COVID19”
On Facebook recently, I read the following question from a parent and had some ideas about what might be helpful: “Anyone had success in detaching their kids from the electronic world? I have a huge concern about what this is doing to my 2 boys with multiple letters in their diagnosis…I am afraid our summerContinue reading “Summer Tech Use?”
Sending your child in the midst of a pandemic is a huge decision for parents. There is a lot to consider; but don’t overlook the needs of your child to understand the nature of covid19 but also to deal with any feelings about what they may experience.