October Reads: 5 Terrific Fall-Themed Books

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This post is designed for speech-language pathologists looking for SLP-approved, fall-themed books for speech therapy sessions. These are tried-and-true books I’ll be using this October in my speech room. Fall Feelings Ah, fall. I absolutely love the fall. This summer, forest fires have surrounded the community where I live. That means July and August were […]

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September Apples Theme: Six Low-Prep Activities

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This post is perfect for SLPs looking for a simple but effective lesson for September. In September, apples are ready to pick, and apple-themed activities can be perfect for preschool and elementary-aged students to target prepositions, vocabulary and more. Read on for a step-by-step lesson guide so you can easily use these ideas in your […]

5 Summer Sidewalk Chalk Games

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This is a re-publish of one of our most popular summer blog posts – 5 Summer Sidewalk Chalk Games.  We are bringing it out of the vault to share this summer, since we’ve heard that it’s been helpful for SLPs and parents looking for some fun summer activities. Enjoy! Is your child enrolled in speech therapy? […]

15 Useful Websites for Speech Therapy

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It’s May, which means we’ve got glitter on the speech room floor, my desk is a mess, and I don’t have a ton of time for lesson planning – so I’ve gathered 15 useful websites for speech therapy, and I’m sharing them with you today. Activity plan? Done. Are you a busy speech-language pathologist? Are […]

Speech Therapy for Stuttering: First Sessions

Speech Therapy for Stuttering: First Sessions

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You’ve scheduled your first speech therapy appointment for your child. Your focus is to help your child with stuttering. You want your child to learn more about how to speak clearly. What should you expect for your first few speech therapy appointments for stuttering? You likely have questions. What does speech therapy look like? How […]

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So You Want to Be an SLP: Professional Q&A

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So You Want to Be an SLP: Professional Q&A Last summer, I met an undergraduate student who was considering becoming an SLP. She came into the clinic to observe me working with clients, and we conducted an interview. I thought this article might be helpful for other SLPs or aspiring SLPs. For anyone interested in […]