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Successful virtual education for children with attention disorder: guidance for parents and teachers

By |September 8th, 2020|

The new reality caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has caused our children to be receiving virtual education during this school year. For neurotypical, or regular-educated children, distance education is a challenge because of the unknown, but with certain modifications to the structure at home, they can run properly, as they did in person. However, there

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Successful virtual education: recommendations for parents

By |July 28th, 2020|

As is public knowledge, the Department of Education determined that the new school year of the public education system will begin virtually, following the recommendations of health experts. The typical classrooms of most public schools in Puerto Rico, and also private ones, consist of about 30 students, which does not meet the necessary standard of

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Fonemi Institute expands its services with Virtual Fonemi

By |June 30th, 2020|

Special Education San Juan, Puerto Rico – The Fonemi Institute of Puerto Rico, facing the challenges facing the world by the COVID-19 pandemic, already has a 100% virtual program. This program will allow access to education (Fonemi Academy) and speech and language therapies remotely regardless of the child's geographical location. A consistent therapy program will

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Risks of a summer free of therapies

By |June 16th, 2020|

Special Education  Every family yearns for the summer months to rest from the hustle and bustle of the school year, this being more acute in parents of special education children, who have already suffered loss, decrease or suspension of services due to quarantine. With the summer months they face about four months without therapies. Under

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Pandemic triggers children's problems with childhood speech apraxia

By |May 6th, 2020|

The consequences can be serious The pandemic and the consequent closure of schools and cessation of therapeutic services have seriously affected the vulnerable population of special education children. Within this group, there are students diagnosed with childhood speech apraxia (AHI), who have been deprived of services. If these children do not receive their services, including

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Consequences of not receiving your virtual therapies during the pandemic

By |May 4th, 2020|

Special Education Children As is public aware, in Puerto Rico pandemic quarantine has left thousands of special education students unsealed of therapies, who may not receive services for the rest of the semester or until August if the coronavirus continues as a threat, as anticipated. Closure of schools and centers that provide necessary therapies for

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Special Education and Teleconferencing Therapies: The New Reality in Times of Pandemic

By |May 1st, 2020|

The special education student learns differently and, likewise, requires different strategies to achieve it. The cancellation of classes by the pandemic caused by coronavirus has led schools of regular private and public education to use the technology to provide their educational services through teleconferencing and modules. The modules are developed by the child's teachers and

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