Category: Interviews

Dr. Lucy Jane Miller, Her words, podcast
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Dr. Lucy Jane Miller, Her words, podcast

Perception is not just clear precise vision, it is the processing of what you see, what you make of something based on experience and context.  Not everyone sees the same thing the same way, even processes information the same way. I have something in common with Dr. Lucy Jane Miller, founder of the Sensory Processing […]

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Reading, Listening, Singing and a little Dancing
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Reading, Listening, Singing and a little Dancing

Lois Kam Heymann was very excited when I spoke to her Last.  I could hear her say it and I could hear it in her voice.  The Center for Hearing and Communication has just opened a center for ADP, Auditory Processing Disorder, in New York City where Lois will be using her expertise to head […]

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Conversations that need to happen.
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Conversations that need to happen.

Dr. Keesbury has already spent over 13 years in the classroom, her background includes psychology and special education with an emphasis in Autism. She was fortunate to work with an Occupational Therapist while teaching in North Carolina. She was able to learn a great deal about SPD/SI during this time and took the initiative to incorporate her new knowledge into her classroom, benefiting all her students.

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ZOOM!
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ZOOM!

Let’s do ZOOM! John Murray, Occupational Therapist, has been teaching parents and teachers this easy fast technique to increase successful writing in kids!  He has it down to 52 seconds after a few practice tries.  Any teacher in any class can incorporate this before any writing activity takes place. The purpose of ZOOM! is to […]

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