Category: Visual Boards

Halloween Fun for Everyone

By: Mallory Bruce, MS, CCC-SLP & Jennifer Henderson, OTR/L Halloween is upon us and all the excitement that comes with the fall season! Some families go “all out” and have costumes ready by October 1st! However, for some children, this

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Trick-or-Treating Visual

Halloween is a lot of fun for most children.  You get to dress-up, knock on doors and get lots of treats. For children with language and developmental delays or sensory processing issues, trick-or-treating can be very difficult.  Here are a few tips

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How to Make and Use a “First and Then” Visual Board

Written By:  Elizabeth McMahon, MA, CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist Visual boards are a great way to help children learn and complete targeted activities.  Sometimes, children may need to have a visual board to help them understand “first we do this” and

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