Monthly Archives: June 2015

Spotlight Teachers: Dmitry Libman and Kara O’Donnell

School District: Yonkers Public Schools Positions:  Physical and Occupational Therapists, respectively At the beginning of the 2014/15 school year the Autism Program for high school-aged students in Yonkers Public Schools moved to Roosevelt High School, situated in a more urban

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Digital Systems and the Future of Behavioral Health Providers

Choosing a digital system that is the right fit for you and your business. With the ever-increasing number of children diagnosed with autism every year and more and more insurance companies paying for ABA services, behavioral health providers are reaching

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4 Tips for Parents: Making Summer Fun and Educational for You and Your Child

Avoiding the Summer Slide with Learning Activities that Will Help Make Summer Fun and Educational by Stephanie Whitley Summer break is here and you are likely thinking about family vacations, summer camps and a more relaxed schedule for your family.

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Putting a Stop-block on the Summer Slide

3 tips for how teachers can support students in avoiding the summer slide The Summer Slide is a familiar conundrum for all educators. The term refers to the learning loss many students experience over the summer break. Research done in 1996

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