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The Benefits of Wilderness Therapy

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Expressive language therapy tool for children. Provides a handout similar to the expanding expression tool with activities to use to assist the child in talking about different objects, stories, and activities.

Adventure Therapy: Theory, Research, and Practice by Michael A. Gass, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0415892902/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_VbHaqb0JMTTJC

Sensory Hacks to Calm an Angry Child

Top 10 Angry Child Sensory Hacks | Might set up an angry box, something that can travel on car rides and to Grandma and Poppas. Just need to keep off limits for regular play time since I can see a lot of this stuff turning into big mess if broken...

What The Woods Have Taught Me

What The Woods Have Taught Me - Fun item to frame; nature therapy can be extremely beneficial to clients

Categories, a fav of "Let's Talk Speech-Language Pathology" from "Adventures in Tutoring & Special Education". great introductory activity for categories, and I think it would work well for some of the younger children (preschool-K or 1st). Download the activity for free! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

This resource titled Assessment and Intervention of Feeding Infants includes wonderful definitions and information on feeding and oral-motor therapy topics including oral-facial stimulation, non-nutritive sucking, using the sensory environment, bottle feeding, positioning, etc. References: (Paul, & Norbury, 2012), (Jaffe, 1989), (Comrie & Helm, 1997), (McGowan & Kerwin, 1993), (Eicher, 2002). Katlyn Nagel, Spring 2016