We are excited to introduce you to our website. We have been working to build a place where parents and professionals can find the information they need to improve the communication of diverse children.
This new website is organized by the people who visit us most. If you are an SLP, Parent, Early Intervention Provider, or Doctor: click on your link at the top to find the information that is most important to you.
Local professionals can refer a child or talk to us about supporting their staff with evaluations and therapy.
For those of you seeking continuing education, we have over 40 online courses that you can access from anywhere.And you can even take all the courses at a discount with our annual pass. No subscriptions and the content is always available to you.
Also from the homepage, jump to the most popular resources and read reviews on over 10 books we wrote for professions working with diverse populations. Purchase them here or on Amazon.
While you are visiting us, be sure to join 1000s of professionals who have signed up for our weekly blog essays and received a free E-book on Narrative development with a CEU course.
Great Free Resources
Here is the most exciting part: On the SLP tab you will find 10 pages full of free resources. We curated this list based on how useful they are to speech pathologists. These materials have been downloaded collectively 10s of thousands of times and now rank on the first page of Google.
Speech Therapy Materials: find resources for intervention in Spanish and English
Evaluation Resources: access developmental charts and information for conducting evaluations
SLP IEP/ARD Goal Bank: Cut and paste from our SLP goalbank in English and Spanish
Speech Therapy Referral Forms: Find over 50 reproducible documents to help teachers and SLPs navigate the referral process.
Books for Speech Therapy: SLPs have shared their favorite Storybooks for speech therapy. These books are searchable by language and area of focus.
Music for Speech Therapy: The music on this page is organized by curriculum topic. Each song is linked to iTunes.
Speech Therapy Mobile Applications: Find out how SLPs are modifying the intended use of Apps to meet their therapy objectives.
Spanish Translations for ARD – IEP Meetings: Struggling in your meetings? Educational vocabulary is strange even for the highly fluent bilingual professional. These translations can help.
Great SLP Graduate Student Resources: The students that work with us each semester have helped us curate this list of resources that were very helpful to them in their practicum.
Communication Disorder Resources for Parents: Parents have a lot to take in when they receive a new diagnosis. Share information on the 27 most common disorders.