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What is OASIS?  The Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS) is your ultimate tool as a home health care professional. As an essential element, OASIS helps you collect important information on the patients you provide skilled home health care to.  Working in thehealth care field is fulfilling since it gives you the opportunity to improve...
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What is Dysgraphia?  More commonly known as “written expression learning disorder,” dysgraphia is a learning disability that involves difficulty with written expression. Dysgraphia can cause issues with spelling, handwriting, and translating thoughts to paper.  Students with dysgraphia may struggle to form letters, numbers, and words by hand, and may also have trouble thinking and writing...
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Social skills are the ways people talk, play, and work together that help us get along with each other You might be surprised to hear that there are lots of different social skills you use every day, often without even thinking about them. Whenever we work or play, we put together words, tone, body position,...
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Does taking a personality test give you the jitters? Learn all about the MMPI and how it’s meant to help you The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) is one of the most commonly used psychological tests in the United States. It’s primarily used to help mental health professionals assess and diagnose mental health conditions, such...
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An Outlook on Autism  The autism spectrum covers several disorders with a wide range of features. Each autistic person is unique, and no single definition can describe an individual or predict how their life will be.  Some people will have high support needs throughout their life, while others will live independently, attend college, and be high...
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Autism  ASD is an umbrella term that includes a range of neurodevelopmental features. Autism is not a disease, but it can have a significant impact on a person’s life.  Its effects can vary widely. Some people will need lifelong support, while others can live and work independently.  In some cases, the features of the condition...
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Autism and Assessment  The features of autism often appear during early childhood, and a reliable diagnosis is usually possible at the age of 2 years.  However, many people do not receive a diagnosis until much later. Sometimes, having an early diagnosis helps enable a child to get support during their developmental years that will benefit them...
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Speech and Language Therapy /Communication needs Children’s Speech and Language Therapy helps children with a range of Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) to achieve and maintain their potential. It also provides support and advice to families and those working with children. Children may present with: Delayed or disordered language development Speech sound difficulties Stammering Voice disorders Social...
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Learning Disabilities & Differences: What Parents Need To Know Children learn many skills in life—how to listen and speak, for example, or how to read, write, and do math. Some skills may be harder to learn than others. If your child has had appropriate learning experiences and instruction, but is not able to keep up...
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Top Toys to develop language Children learn important speech and language skills through play. You are the main language model for your child. The best toys are traditional ones rather than those operated with a battery. Do not try and lead their play, always follow the child’s interest and what they show you. Have only...
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