Defusing the Wiggles Every school-based clinician knows how difficult it can be to keep a group of kids engaged and attentive during treatment sessions. Blogger Karen Head shares her top five tips for keeping kids engaged and their wiggles in check. “I co-lead social cognition groups with an occupational therapist. Although we only ... Blogjam
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Defusing the Wiggles
The ASHA Leader, July 2014, Vol. 19, 14. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ4.19072014.14
The ASHA Leader, July 2014, Vol. 19, 14. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ4.19072014.14
Every school-based clinician knows how difficult it can be to keep a group of kids engaged and attentive during treatment sessions. Blogger Karen Head shares her top five tips for keeping kids engaged and their wiggles in check.
“I co-lead social cognition groups with an occupational therapist. Although we only work with up to six kids at a time, our groups can be as challenging to keep on track as any large classroom. Why? Because the kids in our groups are often the very kids that are making their classrooms difficult to manage. During any given hour, we might be met with the sillies and the wiggles, the inflexible and the distracted, and occasionally the just plain defiant. So how do we do it?” Visit the “all4mychild” blog to read Head’s tips.
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