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.
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
It seems like no matter where you are or what setting you work in, you’ll always have referrals and requests for screenings on your desk. I remember one year during the second week of school, I noticed a bunch of papers in my mailbox at work. I had already gotten my new student files so I was curious what they… Read More
By now, you may have heard other SLPs mention SLP ToolKit. Maybe in passing conversation, maybe in one of the many SLP Facebook Groups, but when they have it was probably mentioning how much they loved it. Maybe you checked it out maybe you didn’t. Today I am here to tell you what it is all about and if it… Read More
With high caseloads that only seem to grow but the day, SLPs rely on grouping students to meet goals and required minutes. Articulation groups are one of the most common ways SLPs use to help students with articulation ( and phonological ) disorders. While this may be the most common we need to ask ourselves, is it really the most… Read More
Happy New Year! The start of a new year is always exciting but it can be hard to incorporate into speech because it isn’t one of those ‘standard’ holidays. There aren’t any specific images or colors that go with ‘New Year’, but it’s fun to talk about with our kids none the less. Here are some New Years activities for… Read More