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Motivating Preschoolers in Speech Therapy

Keeping preschoolers engaged for an entire speech therapy session can be challenging! Having spent many years in the adolescent and young adult school setting followed by geriatric, my initial impression of the early childhood population was unintelligible and unmanageable! I…

Talk Like a Pirate Day is September 19

Do you celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day in your speech therapy room? It is something that I have just gotten into the last couple of years. My students absolutely love it so I will admit that I love it…

Low Cost Adult Therapy Materials Online

With productivity demands increasing and materials budgets decreasing, the web has become a fabulous tool for therapists to access and create what once was a closet full of resources for just a few dollars. Raise your hand if you like…

What can Speech Therapy do for my Patient?

“All you do is help them talk or change their diets to that mush!” Have you ever heard those words come out of the mouth of a nurse or doctor? How much time do you have in your 95% productive…

Fresh Ideas for Speech Therapy: Spring

It is Spring in my speech room which is one of my favorite seasons. Spring weather is fresh and new which means therapy activities are colorful, bright and cheery. I love the idea of flowers, vegetable gardens, baby animals, and…

Fall Reminisce Activity

Help your patients increase their length of conversation, improve thought organization and sentence structure, work on topic maintenance, and more! Use these reminisce strips as you co-treat with other disciplines to make cognitive therapy more functional. When patients are able…

Breath Support Therapy Works!

Purchase this program HERE and start using it TODAY in your therapy sessions. Use Code 15OFF for discount! To read more about the book and see example pages CLICK HERE.

Taking Therapy Outside!

I’m participating in a link party hosted by The Frenzied SLPs today on ideas to take therapy outside the therapy room. Our campus has been working for over a year on increasing vocabulary as an entire campus, not just for…

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