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4 Online Developmental Screeners for Infants and Toddlers w/ Suspected Developmental Delays

Sometimes, when a young child has yet to speak their first words, the first thought of action is a referral to a speech-language pathologist. As speech-language pathologists, we’re often the first to determine a developmental delay related to communication, and if there is, what could be the cause of such. It is not uncommon for …

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5 IEP and 504 Plan Tips Every Parent Needs to Know

Guest blogger Christy Calbos, Esq of Calbos Law Just Starting the Process? Know the difference between a 504 Plan and Special Education IEP. For special education eligibility, a student must be diagnosed with a disability that impairs their ability to make effective progress and thus requires specialized instruction, accommodations, and/or related services in order to …

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10 Teacher-Recommended Educational Websites

Parent of a home-schooled child? Seeking supplemental educational website activities? Here are 10 recommend by classroom teachers. A few of these sites are completely free and others have sections accessible without a subscription. Educational Websites ABCya! Abcya.com is a teacher-created website which provides fun and educational games and apps for kids to use under the …

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Delayed Potty Training? Get FREE Diapers and Pull-ups

Can Free Diapers Help Your Family’s Budget? For many children with developmental delays, communicating toileting needs or understanding the process of bodily functions can sometimes be complex and because of this, potty training may take longer than expected. This extended time, without a doubt, translates to expenses most families assume they’d no longer have after …

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Preschoolers with Developmental Delays Can Attend School Starting at 3 Years Old for FREE

Children 3 to 5 years old who demonstrate developmental delays may be eligible to receive special education services at your local elementary school. This is funded via Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), which contains grants related to providing free and appropriate public education (FAPE) in the least restrictive (LR) environment for …

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