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Sing & Sign for Young Children: Supporting Emerging Language and Attachment with Singing, Songs, and Play
Join Anne Meeker Watson, Ph.D., MT-BC, author of the Baby Sing & Sign book series and Sing & Sign for Young Children, and creator of the SING.PLAY.LOVE. program, to learn about practical, easy-to-use strategies for incorporating music, singing, and play into the daily lives of young children and their caring adults.
How can families of children with disabilities navigate the complexities of planning for the future of their family and their child? The planning process may seem overwhelming at first, but getting started and taking small steps forward makes an enormous difference. In this coffee chat, Brookes authors Cynthia R. Haddad & John W. Nadworny offer 5 key tips and action items from their book, The Special Needs Planning Guide, Second Edition.
When you give directions to your class, do students generally comply? That critical question is joined by nine others every teacher should consider when assessing the effectiveness of their classroom environment, in this free download adapted from Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviors.
Check out this tip sheet adapted from The Art and Practice of Home Visiting, Second Edition to learn 7 Characteristics of a Possible Language Disorder.
Editor of the new third edition of Bilingual Language Development & Disorders in Spanish–English Speakers, Goldstein will provide SLPs with crucial information on reliably and validly assessing and treating speech and language disorders in bilingual children.
A must for educators and other professionals, this presentation focuses on key knowledge and skills from the book and explores strategies for strengthening students’ positive behavior and social-emotional skills.
Al William Greenwood, Ph.D., Vern Jones, Ph.D.
See a completed AEPS-3 Family Assessment of Child Skills, which collects detailed input about a child's developmental skills from a family member or familiar adult.
See a completed AEPS-3 Family Report, which helps families share important, useful information about the child and family needs, as well as family concerns and priorities.