One of the many ways speech language pathologists support students who have communication needs is by serving as vital members of their IEP teams.
As we look to start another school year with COVID-19 very much in the picture, we must continue to consider the mental health aspect for our students.
As a teacher, you may notice your students have increased behavioral support needs as a result of COVID. Here is a Behavior 101 Refresher, along with what behaviors to watch for, what reactions to avoid, and how to best help your kids during this time.
Over a year after the country witnessed the murder of George Floyd and countless others, the need to address the social and racial injustices that have affected Black communities remains at the forefront of the news and social media.
School psychologists played a key role in helping kids that returned to in-person school after the COVID shutdowns last year.
Meet Ana P., a certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA), who loves “helping children develop, improve and adapt skills that allow them to be as independent as possible.”
We’re spotlighting Jackie C., who was originally inspired to become a special education aide by her sister and who now loves working with children with various abilities and ages.
Our recent white paper examines how COVID-related school closures have led to unfinished learning across the nation and proposes solutions to help school administrators implement programs and personnel to help their students succeed moving forward.
Licensed vocational nurse Lisa F. loves caring for students in schools as a travel LVN. Here she shares about what motivated her to become a school LVN and what she enjoys about working with Cross Country Education.
School OTs, make the most of your summer! Enroll in these free or low-cost continuing education courses designed especially for occupational therapists who work in schools.