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“What sensory strategies should I use??”
This is a very common question I get from both therapists and parents.
Because sometimes kids seem to know what input they want, but then they go and go and go and end up dysregulated.
When it comes to sensory supports, there...
Happy Neurodiversity Celebration Week! Neurodiversity Celebration Week is a worldwide initiative that challenges stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences.
Being neurodiversity affirming means that we view neurological differences as differences and not deficits. Some...
“I don’t want anyone else in your practice. I need YOU right now, Jessie. I really need you.”
It was the mom of a long time client on the phone. Life had gotten busy and I had passed all of my own clients to other therapists because I was one ball away from dropping them all.
Today I want to share about one of my favorite topics: sensory and the scope of the SLP.
I get A LOT of questions and comments when I talk about the SLP’s role in sensory:
"Is that in your scope of practice??"
"That's what OTs do..."
"Why should SLPs learn about sensory when...
This week we're doing a backwards spin on Valentine's Day - let's talk about challenging social constructs when it comes to gender identity.
This episode we are joined by Lyric Rivera is a trans-nonbinary, pansexual, polyamorous Autistic person who runs the internationally recognized...