Supporting and developing social language can be tricky. You'll find activities, ideas, and discussions here to help your student make meaningful pragmatic gains.
The Ultimate Guide to Level Up with Literacy Based Therapy
Well hello hello! I know you work so hard at this job you absolutely love, and I know firsthand how demanding it can be. I have spent over a decade ...
Gifted Kids in Speech?
Gifted, Academically Talented, Accelerated , etc. All terms we have heard to described, well , not usually our kids, but what happens when these students end up on your caseload? ...
A Tip for Teaching Taking Turns
Taking turns is a fundamental part of communication but this basic skill doesn't always come so easy to our students. It's not only the aspect of waiting, which is hard ...
Social Thinking: Intermediate Social Detective App Review
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 ...
Friend Fact Files
Let's face it working on social skills is tough. We are trying to help our students understand and learn these abstract and ever changing concepts. One of the toughest areas ...
We Thinkers! Volume 2 Social Problem Solvers Review
By now I am sure you have heard of Social Thinking and all of their amazing and ground breaking products, books, and activities. Today I am super excited to share ...
Free Dynamic Assessment Mini Course
Get the basics you need to administer and analyze Dynamic Assessments in a school setting. Dynamic Assessments are great for:
- Assessing student’s language learning
- Assessing student’s with multi-lingual backgrounds
- Getting practical information to make confident decisions on eligibility and goals
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Hey there! I’m Maureen Wilson and I have been a school-based SLP for over a decade. I’m all about about helping other SLPs harness the power of literacy, language, and data to create meaning and effective therapy sessions.