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Free Audio Books and Why You Should Try Them

Pin this to your resources for free audio books.

This app will scan bar-codes and identify it for blind or visually impaired people. It also lets you create your own labels for anything you want.

Download the audio directly – Episode #139: The Nightmare Before Technology This episode of the A.T.TIPSCAST is sponsored by Texthelp, provider of the award-winning Read&Write software solution...

Download the audio directly – Episode #140: Extra! Extra! Read All About It! This episode of the A.T.TIPSCAST is sponsored by Texthelp, provider of the award-winning Read&Write software solutio...

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Fine Motor Skills - DIY Cutting Station

Cutting station - work on scissor skills and fine motor skills. Perfect way to contain the mess too!

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Questions to Help Kids Understand What They Are Reading

Comprehension Strategies~Helping Kids Understand What They Are Reading - Fantastic Fun & Learning

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This printable sign would be great for an SLPs office door. It features chalkboard background with colorful chevron boxes and stars: Where is

“Skweezrs” sheets are great for those children who need to relax and calm down at bed time. These sheets are kid-friendly sheets in fun colors for all kids. They work especially well for kids with Autism, PDD, Aspergers, ADD/ADHD, and other neurological dissorders. You can also get colors that are more neutral for kids that need less color stimulation.Some of the therapeutic benefits of "Skweezrs" lycra sheets include spatial awareness and deep-pressure input.

Reviews of 5 text-to-speech tools. YakiToMe turns any text into mp3 or Wav for free using text to speech technology. Audio can be searched, catalogued, shared with other users and downloaded to your computer or iPod for off-line listening. This is especially useful for people with print impairments such as dyslexia and for learners working in a second language who may be more confident with spoken English.

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A red line on a syringe helps to remember medication amounts. Also helpful for those with low vision. #OTlifehack