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July 21, 2020

Learning remotely has not been easy for special needs kids or their parents. Many parents have found themselves becoming teachers of sorts with schools closed.

July 19, 2020

Speech-Language Pathologists enhance lives throughout the pandemic.

May 30, 2020

In this May 21, 2020, photo, Pablo Prengaman, center, practices recognizing and verbalizing body parts while building a Mr. Potato Head with the help of mother, Lorena Prengaman, and brother Lucas Prengaman, during a speech therapy session via Zoom in Phoenix. Pablo, who is 4 years old and has Down syndrome, has been d...

When schools closed their doors to students due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some children were left without necessary services they were used to getting at school--everything from counseling to speech therapy.  "Definitely, first thing I thought of was how can we continue the speech therapy and not disrupt his normal sch...

January 25, 2020

Lauren Pastrana reports the "Arc Works" program is helping more than 200 clients a year on the journey to employment and they stay in touch even after they've been placed in jobs.

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Ashley Mabry, 35, who has autism and Asperger's syndrome, is graduating from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs this spring. Mabry is one of three seniors in the first cohort to graduate in May from an inclusion program Colorado lawmakers enacted in December 2016 to enable intellectually disabled students to b...

January 16, 2020

The boys' varsity soccer team at a West Valley high school decided it was time for their teammate to have his moment.  Erick Ricario is a special needs student-athlete at Trevor Browne High School in Maryvale. According to his teammates, he never misses a practice, is always on time and always has a positive attitude....

October 25, 2019

Three of the nation’s most prominent disability organizations are banding together in an effort to bring about a million jobs for people with developmental disabilities by 2025.

Autism Speaks, Special Olympics and Best Buddies said this week that they are launching a campaign called Delivering Jobs to encourage employer...

May 17, 2019

Imagine outsinging the Phantom of the Opera and then freeing your friends by distracting a pack of trolls.

No, this isn’t the plot of a new fantasy video game; instead, it’s an innovative method to deliver speech therapy.

The game, called Amplify, uses the voice-assisted technology of Google’s AIY Voice Kit to provide ga...

May 8, 2019

When Judah Sossin, 5, goes to speech therapy, he walks to the family computer outfitted with a $25 camera. His mom accesses an email with a log-in password, clicks on it, and his therapist appears on the top right of the screen.

“The first time, I watched,” recalled Samantha Sossin of Hollywood. But now Judah will tell...

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