By Ann Bono and Barbara Carter In celebration of Early Intervention Awareness month in May, two of P.G. Chambers School’s early intervention staff members reflected upon their experience with early
This is part two of our series “Let’s Talk…AAC and more” Effective Strategies for Using Augmentative and Alternative Communication by Jessica Gasalberti, MS., CCC-SLP In our last post in the
By Carolyn Young, Director of Kids Count Child Care Have you ever heard the expression, “the terrible twos”? At Kids Count Child Care, we prefer to think of two-year-old children
My IDEA: Inspiring Discovery to Empower Action: Person-Centered Planning at P.G. Chambers School By Jessica Simao, MOTR, ATP, Person-Centered Planning Coordinator “Nothing happens unless first a dream” – Carl Sandburg
By Sarah Clark, OTR Our middle school students are discovering that planning a meal to share with friends and staff takes a lot of work! The Middle School Café at
By Brittany Simms, M.S., OTR. If You Give The Students A Garden… …they will work on functional and academic skills while smiling ear to ear! This is the second summer that
Let’s Talk…AAC and more By Jennifer Jacobs, M.S., CCC-SLP “This I believe…” (This I Believe is a series done on Morning Edition on National Public Radio.) posted by Kate Ahern.
By Sharodka Tofte P.G. Chambers School middle school students in Classes 9, 10, and 11 worked on several projects during their engineering unit that were both interesting and fun. Concepts
By Nancy Altshuler Did you know that it is possible to steer and propel a wheelchair with just one arm? Some children have the ability to push a wheelchair with
Project Impower (I am Power) By Maria Smith, M.A., Director of Physical Therapy It’s amazing what happens when amazing people collaborate! For the past year, the physical therapists at P.G.