Ways to Work on Prepositions at Home

Ways to Work on Prepositions at Home

Ways to Work on Prepositions at Home Prepositions (ex. in, on, out, under, etc.) are frequently targeted in speech therapy for children with both language and phonological disorders. There are plenty of fun ways you can incorporate working on...

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Tips to Encourage Pincer Grasp

Tips to Encourage Pincer Grasp

Tips to Encourage Pincer Grasp What is pincer grasp? Pincer grasp is when the index finger and the thumb meet to pick up small objects in a controlled fashion, which typically emerges between 9 to 12 months of age. Why is pincer grasp important?...

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Misconceptions about ABA

Misconceptions about ABA

Hi! My name is Megan and I am the Lead BCBA for the ABA program here at TEAM 4 Kids. Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I began working with children with developmental delays including autism and sensory processing disorder in 2013. I ...

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“GLOOP”

  “Gloop” sits somewhere in that improbable space between an interactive lava lamp, foam resting on water and alien clouds lit by the setting sun. Among all of its great features, it is also a fantastic tool for kids who need...

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App of the Week: Bugs and Buttons

Bugs and Buttons is a collection of games that helps children learn a variety of skills. This app has games that help with pinch, color sorting, letter recognition, counting, eye hand coordination and much more. Plus it is a fun and engaging...

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Developmental Preschool?!

What is a Developmental Preschool? A developmental preschool is an inclusive school program for children that have a diagnosed disability. Who attends? Any child that has been screened and evaluated through their district’s preschool and...

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