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The Benefits of Wilderness Therapy

The Benefits of Wilderness Therapy -

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,

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 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