School Psychologists are members of school teams that provide direct support and intervention to students and consult with school staff to improve support strategies, assist in behavior management, and monitor student progress/needs. School psychologists conduct psycho-educational assessments and make recommendations related to individualized instruction and interventions.
Increase Physical Activity and Reduce Screen Time during COVID19
As families are balancing working from home, parenting, schooling, cooking meals, maintaining the house, and keeping kids entertained, all while staying sane and healthy, it’s understandable why we’ve needed to rely on screens a little (or a lot) more to help navigate our new normal.
Mental Health and Wellness During COVID
Mental Health and Wellness are very important during a time when people are not sure about the future. Schools are recognizing the importance of social-emotional health in the lives of children, families, teachers, administrators, and providers.
Is My Child Ready to Ride a Bike? How to Prepare Your Child for Riding a Bicycle and How to Choose the Correct Bike
Warmer weather brings on the many joys of playing outside. One particularly common outdoor play activity is riding a bike; however, it can be challenging for many kids who have physical impairments or delays in strength, coordination, balance, or body awareness. Some kids without physical impairments can also struggle with bike riding and require more time, adaptations, or proper progression of ad
A Fun Way to Spend Time with Your Kids at Home
Kids love chalk, and parents do too! Chalk can be quick and simple when coming up with activities for your child or family to enjoy at home or a park.
Pandemic Pods, Micro-Schools, and Learning Pods – What Are They and How Can TES Help?
Pandemic pods, or micro-schools, or learning pods are forming across the United States as a way to alleviate the pressure on parents for the upcoming Fall school semester. Small groups of children are clustered together and taught by one person. It is basically a small, one-room classroom of same or mixed aged children. Families are banding together to hire specialists to help their children with