Schools and clinics all over the world are facing (or will face) closures in order to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. I've put together a list of free resources, websites, and other freebies for SLPs to use to hopefully alleviate some of the
What if I told you that you could have your entire year planned out ahead of time? How amazing would that feel? If you get a general idea of what your speech therapy planning will look like for the year, it makes it much easier to grab things and go. Ready to learn my simple system? Let’s do this.
If you are an SLP who hates paperwork, you'll love this paperwork hack! Imagine a world where you fill out a Google form and then your answers magically appear in a Google doc in full, complete sentences. You totally can. Check out my tutorial so you can cut your SLP paperwork time down with these simple steps.
This is a guest blog post by Holly, a school-based SLP, all about speech sound disorders: articulation and phonological development. Speech Sound Disorders This post is a comprehensive guide to speech sound disorders, which is an umbrella term used to categorize difficulty with the production of speech sounds (the ASHA Practice Portal page for Speech Sound Disorders is a great reference for this topic). There are speech sound disorders with known underlying causes (organic) including cleft…