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Aphasia is an acquired language problem caused by damage to the brain in the hemisphere responsible for communication. A stroke is the most common cause of aphasia, but any disease or injury that affects the language areas of the brain can result in aphasia.

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What Type of Learner Are You?

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FREEBIE! Students can have fun whilst developing their creative thinking and fine motor skills by manipulating playdough to complete these freaky faces of Hallowe'en!

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CLASSROOM ROUTINES SOCIAL NARRATIVES AND VISUAL SUPPORTS (Autism-Special Ed.)

Do you have the kid on the cover in your class? I've met him many times. This is a set of social narratives for providing expectations, perspective, and coping strategies for the classroom routines of raising hands to talk, lining up and walking quietly in the hall, and following teacher's direction. Great for a variety of student in addition to those with autism.

Stroke Help-Bilateral Activities for the Nonfunctional Hand Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

These ADL or daily living skills books are great for teaching crucial life skills while creating hands on learning opportunities. These books will capture the attention of your students and increase their participation rate. This set is ideal for special education programs especially those designed for students with autism and multiple disabilities.

Handwriting - FREE Practice Makes Perfect {Lowercase Letters}. Love that is displays each letter with correct formation. Huge help for kids learning to write letters.

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Dyslexia Reversing Reversals:Orton Gillingham, sequence & tracking

Reversing Reversals and Reversing Reversals 2 are two great workbooks that can be used to build the foundational skills for reading. Ideal for dyslexic students and those that struggle with tracking and letter discrimination, students will love these game-like activities as they improve their cognitive skills.

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Animal Scanning

In the “Animal Scanning” worksheets, the student must find all the animals that look the same as the example at the top of the page. The student’s eyes must move from left to right along each row (not deviate up or down). Available at www.visuallearningforlife.com on the Visual Tracking Skills Builder CD.

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Tips to Support Kids Experiencing ANXIETY

Does your child have ANXIETY? Check out our Tips to Support Kids Experiencing ANXIETY for supportive ideas for separation anxiety, nightmares and more! Plus the Love to Learn Linky {One Time Through} #anxiety #emotionalhealth #kids Repin & Like. Listen to Noelito Flow Noel Music http://www.twitter.com/noelitoflow http://www.instagram.com/noelitoflow http://www.facebook.com/thisisflow

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Vowel Circling

In the “Vowel Circling” worksheets, the student must find 10 vowel sequences that are the same as the example at the top of the page. Available at www.visuallearningforlife.com on the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder Level 3 CD.

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My Child Chews on Everything – What Can I Do?

Tips & Strategies for Kids & Adults Who Need to Chew

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Dyslexia Reversing Reversals:Orton Gillingham, sequence & tracking

Here is a sample page from a great resources that helps students that struggle with reading. This 59 page workbook develops the foundational, cognitive skills needed such as visual discrimination, tracking, sequencing, directionality and more.

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Letter Scanning

In the “Letter Scanning” worksheets, the student must find all of the same letter stated in the instruction. Available at www.visuallearningforlife.com on the Visual Tracking Skills Builder CD.

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Car Tracking Complex

In the “Car Tracking Complex” worksheets, the student must find all the cars that look the same as the example at the top of the page. The student must focus on the car that is highlighted in the instruction within the busy field of all the other surrounding cars as they scan the rows. The student’s eyes must move from left to right along each row (not deviate up or down). Available at www.visuallearningforlife.com on the Visual Tracking Skills Builder CD.