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Q&A on Academic Struggles

Read a Q&A with the authors of Helping Children Learn: Intervention Handouts for Use in School and at Home, Second Edition to find out how to spot and correct the weaknesses behind a child’s academic struggles. Read More

Echo Reading

Excerpted from Interventions for Reading Success, Second Edition, this Home–School Connection activity will help students to increase passage reading fluency and accuracy. Read More

Communication support for everyday life situations

We all occasionally encounter difficulties in daily communication (ie; noisy room, uncharged cell phone battery), but people suffering from aphasia must confront additional barriers. After reading this excerpt, you'll know how to better support these individuals in experiencing positive day-to-day social engagements. Read More

Evidence-Based Practice (Technical Analyses)

Excerpted from Pediatric Test of Brain Injury (PTBI), this chapter reviews the types of questions examiners should ask about the nature of any test, which will inform their conclusions about test performance. Read More

Bolster behavior with these tips and tools

When students have trouble regulating their behavior, it makes learning a challenge. Many schools have PBIS programs in place to support positive behavior. How can you be sure yours is working? To find out, learn about a PBIS self-assessment your school can take to clearly pinpoint what you're doing well and what you should target in the year ahead. At the same time, put these tips and tools in the hands of teachers and counselors to help better bolster behavior at every level. Read More