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Wish you could do a better job keeping up with peer-reviewed journals? Why not listen to a podcast where behavior analysts discuss a variety of fascinating topics and the research related to them? Now you can spend your extra time thinking of ways to save the world with ABA.
 
A speech and language podcast to motivate and inspire school-based SLPs. Just the tips, strategies, and low prep therapy ideas you need to walk into your therapy room with confidence and plan with ease. Learn and hear stories an SLP in the trenches just like you!
 
The Mama Bear Podcast is a place for women raising children with special needs to get together and chat about life. Mary Susan McConnell and her guests discuss the beautiful highs and the extreme lows that can come with parenting on such unique journeys. Conversations are fun, candid, and you may want headphones (adult language warning).
 
Occupational Therapy Insights is a show for parents, educational professionals, and occupational therapists, that delves into the world of occupational therapy. Here occupational therapy is broken down into its simplest form for all to understand. The show is hosted by Dr. Frederick Covington, an occupational therapy professor, author, award winning inventor, and occupational therapy private practice owner.
 
Learn from disability-focused leaders about high profile topics and how they are truly making a difference. Mai Ling and James give you front row access to intimate conversations that are shaping the way the world is supporting people with disabilities. They share their intimate experiences— so you can start, grow, and expand your impact.
 
Are you the parent of an upcoming high school graduate and new college student with a disability? Is your child planning a college, technical, or trade school higher education? Get an insider’s look from a college Learning Disability Specialist who can help you plan and ask the right questions to Disability Services! Find tips and resources to arrange accommodations and overcome barriers to your future.
 
The LOMAH Podcast is an award winning show that runs topical series deep diving into an issue for 10-12 episodes with interviews from expert guests, including self advocates. Your host, Kim, has a teenage daughter with level 3 non speaking autism who will require 24/7 support the rest of her life. Like many parents, Kim has a lot of important questions. She does not claim to know the answers for her child nor yours but does promise to search for them and share what she is discovering along t ...
 
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To date, a range of qualitative studies have been undertaken in intervention effectiveness, but none has synthesized such studies within the occupational therapy mental health literature. This research article presents a qualitative research synthesis that identifies those interventions used by occupational therapists, internationally, which are vi…
 
Children living in poverty in the UK are four times more likely to have mental health problems than children from high-income families. In turn, black and minority ethnic (BME) children are more likely to be living in poverty than are white British children. However, statistics on child and adolescent mental health by ethnicity are woefully lacking…
 
Evidence Connection articles provide case examples of how practice decisions may be informed by findings of systematic reviews sponsored by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Project. This Evidence Connection article describes a case report of a child with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder who h…
 
Mental Health disabilities on college campuses are growing at an unprecedented rate, and today's episode looks at some of the research and resources that accommodate students with mental health disabilities. Parents and teachers will learn why accommodating for mental health disabilities can be a challenge, especially when class attendance is conce…
 
Sensory-based therapies are increasingly used by occupational therapists and sometimes by other types of therapists in treatment of children with developmental and behavioral disorders. Sensory-based therapies involve activities that are believed to organize the sensory system by providing vestibular, proprioceptive, auditory, and tactile inputs.…
 
Let’s talk about special education! As SLPs, many of us work closely with special education teachers. Collaboration is an important part of helping students reach their goals. Sometimes that’s easier said than done though. There is a lot that goes into each role, and it can be easy to lose sight of that and get frustrated when things don’t go as pl…
 
Mai Ling and James are bringing a great interview for you this week. Our guest is professional American Sign Language interpreter and coach, Lanette Pinkard, who grew up as a child of deaf adults (CODA). Lanette has been the lead interpreter of teams for high-profile events all over the world and is the founder of My Hands Your Heart, LLC, a team o…
 
What are your OT thoughts on this? What approach would you take with a similar potential client and family? CAMILLE, from Connecticut, lives with a rare genetic condition called Prader-Willi Syndrome, a condition best known for creating an insatiable sense of hunger in the individual. The craving is so strong that if left alone and with access to f…
 
This article presents a model to guide activity-focused motor interventions as a component of early intervention services for physical and occupational therapists working with infants and young children with neurological conditions and other developmental disabilities. Activity-focused interventions involve structured practice and repetition of fun…
 
Heading off to college can be a stressful and overwhelming experience for both the parents and their teen with a disability. In today's episode, you will hear a role-playing exercise between a student and a Disability Services advisor. My goal was to provide some insight into the kind of conversation you and your teen can expect to hear at that fir…
 
Sensory Integration theory, as discussed in this booklet, comes from a body of work developed by A. Jean Ayres, PhD, OTR. This theory has been further developed and refined by the research of Dr. Ayres, and other occupational and physical therapists. In addition, literature from fields such as neuropsychology, neurology, physiology, child developme…
 
Do you use gaming and technology in speech therapy? One of the keys to getting students more engaged in their speech therapy sessions is utilizing their interests, and for many kids, that’s gaming and technology. A lot of SLPs are wary about incorporating those though because they don’t want to give children too much screen time. However, there is …
 
Are you a parent of a high school student with dyslexia, or autism, or ADHD, or another type of "hidden" disability making plans to head to college for a degree in science, technology, engineering or math - one of the STEM programs? Today's episode shares potential barriers, or bottlenecks, that students with disabilities in STEM programs face in c…
 
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