Your handwriting is trying to tell you something: What is Dysgraphia and what we can do about it.

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

Researchers are able to determine how well parts of our brains are functioning based on our handwriting. When there is a disruption in this process, clues to what’s happening in the brain can be seen in a person’s ability to write or draw. When a trained professional looks at a person’s handwriting and detects certain errors, a diagnosis of dysgraphia may be made.

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Occupational Therapist uses Forbrain® technology to improve therapy outcomes for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

Recently, I had the opportunity to talk with an Occupational Therapist about how Forbrain® has worked in her practice, and why she considers it a staple in her therapy toolbox.

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Sensory Processing Disorder Subtypes and Activities That Help

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

What is Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)?

Sensory processing, or sensory integration, refers to the way your nervous system interprets sensory messages and turns them into the appropriate physical responses.

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Top 3 Home-Based Tools For Communicating with a Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

Caring for a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) does not come naturally for anyone. Knowing how to interact with your child can take time, and will change as your child grows.

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Activities for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

Sensory processing, or sensory integration, refers to the way your nervous system interprets sensory messages and turns them into the appropriate physical responses.

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