Posts Tagged ‘summer slide’

Maintaining Progress with Speech Therapy Exercises

Posted on November 12th, 2020 by ProCare Therapy

Winter and summer breaks are an excellent way to prevent both students and school professionals from being worn out. However, it is also important for students to stay consistent with not only their school work, but also any therapy they are doing during typical school hours. Progress can be lost both academically and socially during extended breaks if a student doesn’t practice what they have been taught in class and therapy.

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Retaining Information Over Summer Break

Posted on July 16th, 2012 by ProCare Therapy

One of the most common problems students face over the course of their educational careers is the loss of skills and knowledge over extended summer breaks, sometimes known as "summer slide." This is especially difficult for students who are already struggling academically and may not be receiving support services when school is not in session.

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