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Cognitive Flexibility Game

What is Cognitive Flexibility?

Working with children can be a challenge. There may be times within the school day when students need to transition, whether physically or from one task to another. When it is time to transition to a writing lesson after recess, many kids may be upset with the disruption. Of course, most children will be able to make the move back into the classroom and get to their writing. Practicing this from week to week makes it easier for the majority of kids. When you practice this with your students you are actually improving their cognitive flexibility.

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Healthcare – Skills Checklist

These skills assessments are designed to determine your level of competency in the areas listed below. By completing the checklist to the best of your ability, you will help us match your skills and areas of interest with our available assignments. Please indicate your appropriate level for each category.

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6 Benefits of Working From Home as a School Professional

Working from home is a growing trend for workers in the United States, including educational professionals. While making the move from a brick and mortar classroom to an online platform from home may take time and adjustment, working as an online educator from home offers many benefits for both you and your students. Let’s look at six of the key benefits of working from home offers school professionals and how ProCare Therapy can help you make the transition to online education.

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COVID-19: Important Updates

At ProCare Therapy, we are committed to helping others. The current crisis with the COVID-19 has us wanting to help in more ways. That’s why in addition to our focus of school professionals, we are now helping healthcare organizations find the help that they need.

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Boy using American Sign Language

The History of American Sign Language

American sign language does more than just help those who are deaf and hard-of-hearing communicate effectively. The use of sign language allows people to communicate with expressions and emotions and even encourages better listening behaviors. American sign language (ASL) also helps children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and allows children to communicate before they can speak. In this blog, we take a deeper dive into the history and importance of American Sign Language.

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