Because school OTs have specialized knowledge and experience, they make great ambassadors for students with autism. Here are resources OTs can use to raise autism awareness within the school community.
We’re spotlighting Jeannette P., who chose to be a school psychologist with Cross Country Education because she gets to improve kids’ lives, enjoy a flexible work schedule, and have the support of the CCE team.
During Occupational Therapy Month, we’re spotlighting these school OTs and COTAs who are passionate about helping their students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.
SLPs and SLPAs can synergize to support student success. These best practices for SLPA supervision can help school SLPs optimize this relationship.
We’re spotlighting Jesica L., who chose to be a substitute teacher with CCE because she gets to travel, meet new people, experience different schools, and continuously learn and grow.
These tips from our team will help school psychologists organize and streamline the assessment process – from planning through report writing and beyond.
Reading comprehension can be challenging for both students and teachers. Not with these handy reading comprehension organizers and resources. Check them out and bookmark your favorites!
We’re celebrating Karie, a school SLP who loves learning, helping others, and traveling with Cross Country Education. Karie shares what motivates and inspires her about being a traveler and an SLP.
Check out these teaching resources on intersectionality, designed to include marginalized students, like LGBTQ+, BIPOC, and disabled individuals, when teaching about women’s history.
OTAs and OTs can work together to maximize students’ progress. Here’s guidance for school-based OTs on how to optimize this relationship.