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Let’s keep this celebrations going! Today is day three of my Bloggy Birthday celebration week 🙂  Don’t forget to enter the 2 previous giveaways and the one on my facebook page!

Here are the items in today’s awesome bundle…

Arcade Sequences by Live Love Speech

Where is the Gift? by Rae’s Speech Spot

Mouse Gets the Cheese: Following Directions by Carrie’s Speech Corner

Bear Stays Up Late: Book Companion by The Speech Bucket

Cooking Up Following Directions by The Speech Bubble ( me! )

Hit It Out Of The Ball Park: Sports Idioms by Figuratively Speeching SLP


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Meet Maureen

Hey there! I’m Maureen Wilson, a school-base SLP who is data driven and caffeine powered. My passion is supporting other pediatric SLPs by teaching them how to harness the power of literacy and data to help their students achieve their goals…without sacrificing time they don’t have.

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25 Responses

  1. YES!!!!!! As the only SLP in my school, it can get lonely. It’s nice to hear from other SLPs around the country and get so many creative ideas and information!

  2. Yes, extremely helpful! I recently returned to a school setting after seven years in skilled nursing. Initially, I was a bit nervous. After finding so many great blogs, it helped ease my fears and has inspired my creativity in so many ways. Thank you!!!!

  3. YES, these blogs are so helpful to me. Ice to get some new, fresh ideas, and to problem solve with others who do the same job as we are often the only SLP in our school and can feel isolated. I love the sense of community here.

  4. I starting reviewing blogs right before I graduated from graduate school. They have been so beneficial in helping me build my materials and learn about new and interesting ways to help students improve their speech and language skills.

  5. I love the sharing that is happening with all of the SLP blogs out there! It is always great to spark interest when we can so easily fall into a rut. Thanks for sharing and Happy Blogiversary!

  6. Bloggers have helped me with so many new ideas and resources. A year ago I wouldn’t have said I would be following blogs but now I’m hooked!

  7. I love slp blogs! My therapy has definitely benefited. I can’t wait to check out my favorite every day to get new ideas.

  8. I have been inspired by bloggers! Therapy has been more fun for me and my students. I have also gained a lot of helpful resources.

  9. Seriously, SLP bloggers have immeasurably helped me!! It helps with new ideas, and even different twists on things I am already doing or planning. Two heads are better than one, and a TON of SLP “heads” are WAY better!

  10. Extremely. I am a SLPA and my first supervisor was not always helpful in therapy ideas. I loved being able to look at all the SLP blogs I follow and see what was out there.

  11. I’m a new school based SLP . I love finding new materials online. I can’t afford to buy much but I love reading your blog and suggestions! I have so much to learn and blogs like yours help so much!

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