Our caseloads are diverse and large so our speech therapy materials need to be effective and produce results.

These speech therapy materials are immediately applicable, user-friendly, and research-based.  We are closing the gap between research published in academic journals and the ability to apply those findings to the clients we serve.

We know that the diversity of your caseloads is not reflected in available speech therapy materials, books, and literature.  Enjoy these evidence-based materials and let us know how we can help you today!

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Answering Questions Dice - English & Spanish

Articulation Drill Sheet Template

Attendance School Data Spreadsheet

An Explanation of Crystallized Intelligence as it Relates to a Learning Disability

Articulation Self Rating: Student-to-Teacher

Behavior Management Chart

Building Vocabulary and Background Knowledge Recommendations

Category Generation Comparison Chart

Cochlear Implants – General Information

Core Vocabulary Words in Spanish and English (Go Talk 9)

Cultural Parameter Therapy Checklist

Data Collection Sheet for Increasing Parent and Teacher Involvement

Good Storybooks for Bilingual Intervention

Lifeskills Visual Schedule

Lifeskills Eng Spn Story Communication Boards

Intensive Therapy Sample Schedule and Script - From Head to Toe

Language Milestones by Ages Goal Pages

Phonological Approaches Explanations

SLP Areas of Expertise (SLPower Sheet)

Speech Sound Disorder Tree and Description Chart

Story Grammar Rap Templates

Storybook Therapy Intervention Templates

Therapy Scaffolding Chart

Vocabulary Description Prompts in English and Spanish

Vocabulary Building Worksheet

VPI Developmental Pyramid

VPI Example Teacher Letter

VPI Example Data Collection Sheet

Who What Where When Maps

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