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Curriculum-based therapy takes some upfront work to get it going, including a plan for organizing therapy materials. This blog post provides a brief description of how I organize curriculum-based therapy materials, including both organization and storage tools and speech therapy materials. Click through to read the tips!
Back to school speech activities! If you're looking for apraxia activities this back to school season, these Apraxia on the Go packets got you covered! Great for children with apraxia of speech or speech sound disorders. Take a look at this blog post giving you a sneak peek into my August and September back to school Apraxia activities. | Speech is Sweet
In this course, Marisha shares practical strategies to help speech-language pathologists navigate the first few weeks of the school year and set themselves up for success. With a focus on how to navigate the logistics of scheduling and streamline the therapy planning process, SLPs will walk away with practical tips and strategies to "work smarter" in their speech therapy sessions. via @slp_now
SLPs have challenging jobs -- I don't think any of us would argue that! With that being said, though, of course we sometimes run into overwhelm and struggle to manage the crazy schedules of our speech therapy rooms. This blog post, though, is all about an SLP manifesto: how you can change your mindset to come to a more positive head space about your job. Click through to read the speech-language pathologist's manifesto!
Working with older students in speech therapy and counseling can be challenging! Here is an easy, fun therapy idea for middle school and teen students to target emotions and feelings. There are even links to free worksheets to help students identify and express their emotions! #emotions #socialskills <br>
In this episode of the SLP Now podcast, Marisha and guest Kristin Bowers geek out on data collection methods, and help us to think critically about how we measure progress and success (and, literally, how we write it down)! Tune in and prepare to get even more organized with your speech-language pathology practices than you already are. via @slp_now
If you work with children who have difficulty expressing their feelings and emotions, check out these fun activities! Many of my students with autism and emotional regulation issues need direct teaching to learn to identify and express their emotions. These are easy ideas to use in speech therapy, counseling and at home! #emotions #socialskills<br>
Have you jumped on the bullet journal bandwagon? I have, and I can say that I've been really happy with this system so far! I love all of the ways that I can personalize it to my needs, which is why I think a bullet journal is a great choice for other SLPs, too. Read my thoughts in this post, and check out a scope on it!