(1) Some great ideas for for healthy school lunches. We all know how challenging it can be to find healthy eats that our kiddos will actually want to eat (heck, to be fair I have the same issue with my 30 year old husband!), and multiply that by 1000x when your kiddo has sensory issues or a restricted repertoire! We just loved all the different ideas and lunchtime combinations to switch it up.
(2) These social language checklists and this informal language assessment. Informal assessments are great to review progress and take a peek at areas I may be missing. I am super fortunate in that data is taken on my student's language goals by a variety of teachers in many contexts and I love using tools like these to look at the big picture.
(3) Great resources on YouTube to share with parents or use in therapy.