Language is my jam! Don’t get me wrong I enjoy working on all other speechy things, but language has my heart. Last year, I was doing some research for my Language Goal List and stumbled across this awesome Language Processing Method Treatment Model handout. Talk about heart eye emojis!!! This just made sense to me. Plus, it was so wonderful… Read More
Articulation intervention can seem like a jumble, but it doesn’t have to be. The key is being organized before you even start.
Timers are a great way to keep therapy moving, have fun games, and manage behaviors. Timers are great, but having the right ones can make all the difference.
A couple of days a week I am mobile in my building providing push-in services to certain programs and rooms. This means I need to pack everything I may need for that day into a rolling cart. Recently, my rolling cart became more of a hot mess express. Things were piled on top of each other and basically it turned… Read More
Using items from daily life can help engage students and generalize skills. However, this can be rough when you are working with older students. I’ve found incorporating QR codes in speech therapy — codes taken from everyday items, restaurants, etc. — can help to peek the curiosity of those students who may be ‘too cool’ for speech. Using QR codes… Read More
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