Back to school is nearly upon us! Where has the summer gone? The store aisles are starting be filled with folders, markers, crayons, and glue. This can only mean one thing…a Back to School Sale is right around the corner! I am linking up with Jenna at Speech Room News to share some of the activities I have that can… Read More
I have been using Brag Tags as my reinforcement system after I ditched my prize box. I regret nothing! It has been great and has actually helped me improve my communication with their teachers and parents. You can read more about it HERE. However, since I am going on maternity leave I wanted something that would continue my no prize… Read More
If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram you’ve probably heard the news…my hubby and I are having a baby!!! We are beyond excited and due in July. Besides getting the nursery ready, reading everything baby under the sun,and going to baby classes that have my head spinning, I have had to start getting things in order for my maternity… Read More
There were lots of good sessions when I was at ASHA this year and just as many helpful ones when I was attending and presenting at ISHA. As usual, many were discussing research or new studies. Sessions that I attended that sounded like they would be discussing new techniques or practical ideas, usually just ended up talk about the research… Read More
Kids going from a pre-k, play based setting to a more academic based therapy setting can have a hard time and rough start to therapy. They come in expecting to play with a kitchen set or toys and then you have them sit at a table. Now, even though we do some crafts and use fun games it’s not the… Read More
I have gotten a lot of questions lately about using rubrics in speech. How exactly do I make it work? Well, today I am sharing my secrets with you! But I guess if I’m sharing them I can’t really call them secrets anymore 😉 Here are my tips for using rubrics in speech therapy to track data and show progress.