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This speech therapy blog is your go-to location for parent support, speech therapy materials, assessment knowledge, and CEU opportunities. We have summarized research in digestible, usable bullets.
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Code-Switching and Code-Mixing are TYPICAL processes when speaking more than one language or dialect that are not indicative of a disorder.
There is an aspect of planning speech therapy for children with multiple disabilities that feels like a huge game of tug o’ war. It’s difficult enough right? We have students who have difficulties communicating and on top of that they have: Visual...
Concerns about SLP Burnout are at an all-time high and have not been helped by the global health pandemic. That’s why we wanted to get this essay out to you before we head into an increasingly stressful time of year. And you will see by the end of this...
Have you ever been in an IEP meeting or sitting with a parent and listened to a diagnostician explain their testing? WOW! They have to write some monster reports. And what diagnosticians and LSSPs (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology) have to do to qualify a...
Some research that I have uncovered and revisited lately has made me question how I have been planning my speech therapy for children with mixed receptive expressive language disorder. In looking into the specifics of receptive vs expressive language and...
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In your over 1600 comments you have told us what you need, what is going wrong, and when we gave you resources or information that hit home. When we see patterns in what is being commented on and read, we know what to research next to improve our lives collectively.
They Challenge Ideas and Produce Results
The best speech therapy blog essays call it like it is but then give examples, ideas, materials, and products that are real solutions that will work for anyone serving in a real environment. Caseloads, paperwork, and budget cuts anyone? The popularity of our 650+ essays is a testament to the fact that SLPs are not afraid to speak their minds and that we want the same change you do.
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You have been our shoulder to cry on with tears of happiness and dismay when this unique experience we call speech language pathology moves us. So many connections and collaborations have come out of the interactions between the 30,000+ subscribers who have found kindred spirits who share the same passion.
Wow, I love this post! Thank you for illuminating the special nature of being able to enter a person’s home to work with their child.
This was such a concrete explanation of how important language specific constraints are…I’m grateful for this excellent resource, and will be sharing it with my grad school peers.
Thank you for this thought provoking read! As someone who has been an SLP for over 40 years, I have to agree with the majority of what you reported. I look forward to reviewing the supporting studies in the future!
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