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5 Tips for Therapists at IEP Meetings

IEP “season” is upon us at most school districts.  The real key to successful IEP meetings is proper preparation.  Here are 5 tips to help therapists participate in successful IEP meetings. 1.  Communicate, communicate, communicate!  One of the most important skills to ensure successful IEP meetings is communication.   Communicate with phone calls, emails or face […]

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Penguin Pencil Challenges Freebie

Get more information on the latest download – Penguin Pencil Challenges at http://www.yourtherapysource.com/pencilchallengespenguin.html Here are some free sample pages from Penguin Pencil Challenges to practice visual motor skills. You can download them at http://www.yourtherapysource.com/pencilchallengespenguinfree.html [subscribe2]    


Transporting Children with Special Needs

Pediatrics just published a study indicating that children ages 4 to 8 years of age who use belt positioning booster seats are 45% less likely to sustain injuries in a car accident compared to children not in booster seats. For children with special needs finding the right car seat can be difficult and expensive. There […]

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About our website

I guess I better describe our website to those of you who are not following us yet. We offer many resources for school based therapists, teachers and parents who work with children with special needs. Over the years, we have grown to a successful business that offers economical therapy ideas and products. Please take the […]