Calming Down Techniques for Children

Whether in school or virtual learning, we all need to take the time to calm down and learn strategies that cater to us. Going back to school is always exciting, but for some students it can be frustrating, and a new experience.

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Labor Day: Speech and Language Activities

Whether or not you consider Labor Day to be the first three day weekend of the school year, the official end of summer, or an excuse for a BBQ, Labor Day is a national holiday that was created to celebrate the workforce of America.

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Using Diversified Materials

Whether you are new to the profession of speech-language pathology or a seasoned veteran, you have probably discovered that using visuals in therapy helps keep students and clients engaged as well as reinforce the teaching and learning of skills. With that thought in mind, how important is it to use diversified materials in therapy?

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Acceptable Behavior in the Classroom

Acceptable behavior in the classroom should be in a learning-centered environment in which teachers, aides, and students are unhindered by disruptive behaviors.

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Back to School Activities

If you’re like me you’re probably thinking how in the world is it already time to go back to school?  Whether you’re returning to school in person or continuing virtual learning there are plenty of activities to make your sessions fun and engaging.

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A Clinician’s Cultural Toolkit: From the Outside In

“All cultures, in all their behavioral differences, are on the same level.”-Ibrhan X. Kendi

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Pediatric Therapy Services, LLC (The Stepping Stones Group) Makes the  Inc. 5000 List of the Fastest Growing Companies

Boston, MA,  August 12, 2020 – Pediatric Therapy Services, LLC, who operates as The Stepping Stones Group, a leading national provider of therapeutic, behavioral and autism services to children in educational and community settings, has made the Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, for the fifth time.

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Your CF Year: The Dos & Don’ts

You’ve finished your internships, your courses, and successfully snagged a clinical fellowship! Congratulations, you are now one step closer to becoming a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist! Though these 36 weeks can be daunting and exciting, here are some tips to help you navigate this exciting phase of your journey!

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Back to School Tips for parents

The anticipation of a new school year can induce many feelings for both parents, and their kids. These feelings may stem from a list of uncertainties about what the upcoming year may look like. To relieve some stress and anxiety for you and your child, check off these simple tips to make the transition back to school as seamless as possible. 

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Calling all Treasure Hunters: Articulation and Language Scavenger Hunt Activity

Being in a profession where personal connection is such a vital part of our sessions, teletherapy has demanded a different shift in trying to successfully relate and engage our kids through a screen. However, being behind a screen does not have to be the end all when it comes to providing both effective and fun speech services!

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