I wear pink any day I can, my hair is in a ponytail several days a week and I wear jeans every chance I get. If this sounds like you … You can most definitely sit with me. Cliquishness exists at any age, so here are my tips on SLPs and school cliques. Being on the adult side of school… Read More
Speech Therapy Curriculum Night. That night of the new school year when parents come in and listen to all that their child is to learn that year. The teachers have their presentations and handouts ready. It’s all hustle and bustle in the hallway as parents search for their child’s classroom. Then there’s me, the SLP, sitting lonely in my office… Read More
I know what you’re thinking: “Paperless speech therapy? Impossible.” When I look back at my first and second years working in speech, what I remember most are the papers strewn about my table, desk, and yes, even the floor on some days. Data sheets, referral forms, reports, summaries, IEPs, etc. I’m painting a pretty picture, right? I remember thinking many times,… Read More
It seems like no matter where you are, what setting you work in, you have referrals and requests for screenings on your desk. I remember one year at school, it had to be the second week of school, when I noticed a bunch of papers in my mailbox at work. I had already gotten my new student files so I… Read More
Have you heard of these things called Throat Scopes? No? Well then my friend prepared to be wowed! Yes, wowed by something that you use to look in someone’s mouth. As SLPs, we tend to appreciate these innovations more than others, that is why Throat Scope is something I just couldn’t wait to share.
Don’t you love it when one of your favorite companies comes out with something new? Me too! Social Thinking, the company that brought us the original Social Detective App, just came out with a next step: the Intermediate Social Detective App. For the sake of keeping things easy and concrete, I wanted to give you guys a quick rundown of… Read More