COVID19 and ASD

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”

Becoming Bi or Tri-Lingual

Speaking more than one language at home enriches communication for children with autism Neuro-typical and-atypical learns a language in the same way. Rather than a detrimental task for them, you are actually creating new pathways in the brain AND enabling more of the brain to develop. The fact is that anyone can learn a language,Continue reading “Becoming Bi or Tri-Lingual”

What Can You Do When the Screen Goes Off??”

] The blog post https://blog.asha.org/2019/05/13/the-best-toys-for-slps-are-the-toys-that-do-nothing/ that recently appeared in the ASHA Leader resonates with me. I put individual links to which the author refers at the bottom of this post, So does the book “If You Give a Mouse an iPhone (of course available on Amazon in print). Here is a link to the storyContinue reading “What Can You Do When the Screen Goes Off??””

With a Feeling of Obligation to Provide Some Suggested Guidance Regarding the Use of Technology in a Responsible Way as the School Year Starts:

HomePrivate PracticeAudiology Advising Families on Screens: 7 Resolutions for the New School Year Advising Families on Screens: 7 Resolutions for the New School Year written by Jaumeiko Coleman August 12, 2019 It’s that time of year: back to school. Whether you are celebrating or mourning the end of summer, this time marks a fresh start for families.Continue reading “With a Feeling of Obligation to Provide Some Suggested Guidance Regarding the Use of Technology in a Responsible Way as the School Year Starts:”

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