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App Review and Giveaway: Conversation TherAppy by Tactus

I’ve been looking for a new problem solving app for my pediatric clients for a while, so I was excited when a colleague suggested I checkout “Conversation TherAppy” by Tactus Therapy Solutions. I had previously overlooked their apps because I thought that they were primarily designed for adults with aphasia.  However, after I read Conversation TherAppy’s  description I saw that the app can actually be used with both teens and elementary aged children to target a variety of important language related skills. Here’s how it works. Continue reading App Review and Giveaway: Conversation TherAppy by Tactus

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After the Graduation: Review and Giveaway of Social Thinking® At Work

As an SLP who works with children with social pragmatic language disorders, I can’t but think of what happens after these clients leave school? How will they continue to improve their social cognitive abilities in order to effectively meet social challenges in their workplace? Michelle Garcia Winner and Pamela Crooke effectively address this issue in their recent book “Social Thinking® At Work: Why Should I Care”.   In it, they offer practical advice to adults with social thinking® challenges regarding how to navigate the intricacies of social interaction in the workplace. Continue reading After the Graduation: Review and Giveaway of Social Thinking® At Work