I’m featured in the ASHA Leader!
Since getting my first issue of the ASHA leader in graduate school, I always thought it would be cool to be featured. But I dismissed it as something out of reach, and reserved for those with PhD’s. Fast forward several years later to 2017, February Issue 22, Volume 8. My so-called “farfetched” dream came to fruition.
What is the ASHA Leader?
ASHA is an acronym for American Speech-Hearing Association. The ASHA Leader is a monthly magazine written for speech and hearing professionals. Currently, there are 180,000 members in the ASHA Leader community. The magazine is available in print and online.
ASHA Leader Glimpses
Each month, ASHA chooses an Instagrammer to feature in their Glimpses column.
My feature includes an abacus activity I use for articulation clients. The abacus is a colorful and fun way to keep clients involved in therapy. This activity is particularly motivating, as children can witness their progress. A photo of the activity was included, as well as my description of the activity:
You can see the article here: Sarah Lockhart ASHA Leader Feature
The ASHA Leader’s Glimpses section has been a source of therapy activity inspiration for me in the past. I look forward to continuing to read this column for monthly speech therapy ideas.