5 Sidewalk Chalk Games for Speech and Language Development

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Is your child enrolled in speech therapy? Are you worried about the summer slide, and your child potentially losing speech skills over the summer? Are you a speech-language pathologist working this summer? (I’m right there with you!) Are you looking for fun and engaging ideas for summer activities? If so, grab some sidewalk chalk, and […]

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Summer Activities: Rogue Valley

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Summer can be a fantastic time for children to gain new experiences and meet new friends. However, it can sometimes be difficult to find the right activities for your child. Does your child have special needs? Are you looking for summer activities in the Rogue Valley? If so, read on. This list highlights the top […]

How To Begin Speech Therapy in 5 Easy Steps

How To Begin Speech Therapy in 5 Easy Steps

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How to Start Speech Therapy in 5 Easy Steps describes how to begin speech therapy at a private practice clinic, like mine. I walk you through the process from the first phone call to our first appointment together. How to Start Speech Therapy Starting speech therapy can be a confusing process. There are a variety […]

Clinic Tour

Speech Clinic Tour

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Welcome to my speech clinic tour! Today I’d like to give you a virtual tour of my beloved speech clinic. I rent a little less than 150 square feet in a shared office building. I’ve tried my best to create an environment that is cozy, inviting, and functional. Many speech-language pathologists work in cramped and […]

I'm Featured in the ASHA Leader!

I’m Featured in the ASHA Leader!

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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. […]

Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Hierarchy of Support

Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Hierarchy of Support

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Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Hierarchy of Support offers tips and tricks for helping children with CAS by giving consistent speech cues. Using a hierarchy of support (consistent cues) has been one of my most used strategies for children with CAS. It is important to be intentional about the frequency and types of cues you are giving. By doing so, […]