Helping Children Overcome Learned Helplessness

Imagine yourself filling a large 64 oz, glass mason jar with moss, leaves, dirt, and twigs. Now imagine catching a…

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How To Become A Sign Language Interpreter

Thanks to those who have advocated for special education rights, more and more people who are Deaf or hard of…

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How to Become a Speech-Language Pathologist

Speech-language pathology (SLP) is a rewarding career. You get to help people every day, and there are also many opportunities…

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Supporting Students’ Learning Challenges Virtually

Learning challenges affect students across all walks of life, throughout school districts across the nation. There are many different disabilities…

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Onboarding a Facilitator for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

There are a diverse number of special education services that can be provided via telepractice, including those for students who…

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Speech Teletherapy Materials & Equipment for SLPs

Making the switch from traditional speech therapy to teletherapy can seem overwhelming at first. It’s important for clinicians to understand…

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Job Burnout Symptoms & Recovery

Speech-language pathologists are regarded as part of a special group of occupations called “helper” professions. Helper professionals address a patient’s…

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