Reading to Support Language Development

Reading to Support Language Development

Reading is an important language-learning tool for all children, but it can be especially powerful for those who struggle with communication. We checked in with one of our speech-language pathologists, Erica Lord, who runs our Tiny Talkers program, to get her tips on...
Autism in the Classroom: An Educator’s Perspective

Autism in the Classroom: An Educator’s Perspective

To get an educator’s view on teaching children on the autism spectrum, we sat down with Dr. Logan McDowell, director of the Tivkah Center K-5 Autism Program at the Gordon School in Miami. We asked her about common strengths and challenges of the population, what, in...
Autism Resource Guide

Autism Resource Guide

Are you a parent of a child newly diagnosed with autism thinking “Where do I start?” You can start here. We’ve spent nearly two decades supporting children with autism and their families, and based on our experience we created this resource list of...
ICT Community Outing: Beach Clean-Up

ICT Community Outing: Beach Clean-Up

On Saturday we spent a beautiful morning together at Matheson Hammock Park, where we cleaned up the beach, had an epic relay race, and shared a picnic. Big thanks to Melissa (our assistant director), Alex (one of our stellar SLPs), and our teen group for organizing...

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