Accessible Assistive Technology for Students and Parents

Assistive technology (AT) refers to the products, equipment, and systems that enhance learning, working, and daily living for individuals with

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Establishing trust: stepping beyond everything you learned in grad school

When I was an indecisive, whimsical sophomore, circa 2007 at the University of Connecticut, one of the requirements in selecting a career path was that it embodied a counseling component. I didn’t quite aspire to be a mental health counselor, but I undoubtedly wanted to support individuals in some capacity. After shadowing a few SLPs I saw undoubtedly how much counseling was involved across settings.

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Transition Planning: What does it mean, when do you start, and who is on your team.

For most children, planning their adult lives starts somewhere in preschool when they begin discussing what careers they hope to pursue in their adulthood. Then somewhere in high school, students seem less sure as they are faced with a decision to transition into the workplace, post-secondary education, or maybe even completely rock their parents world by electing to backpack through a foreign country looking for their missing inspiration.

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Why Outpatient Therapy? COVID-19, Hybrid School Days and Beyond

There are just about a million things to consider when discussing back to school. The school schedules are changing minute to minute, meetings are being delayed, childcare options are limited at best and everyone is frantic. You may be looking at your child’s schedule and wondering how their related services are going to look now.

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