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SLP Corner: Meme Use in Speech-Language Therapy Sessions

by Jessica Chase Solari, CCC-SLP When I was first introduced to memes, I thought they were all for comedy and that they were image-based on the internet. However, I later found out that the term “meme” is actually more complex … Continue reading


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SLP Resource of the Week: The Speechie Freebies Blog

Here is a great (and brand new resource) we want to tell you about!  Speechie Freebies is a collaborative blog, created and managed by Jessica Chase over at Consonantly Speaking.  The blog is quite similar to Classroom Freebies in that … Continue reading


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App Review of the Week: Jolly Jingle

Reprinted with permission as appeared on TherapyApp411.  Thank you to Jessica Chase of Consonantly Speaking for this review.  Check out her blog for more great app reviews.  App Name/Developer:  Jolly Jingle by Hompimplay Christmas is on its way and the … Continue reading


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App Review of the Week: Verbs News

[Source:  Consonantly Speaking] Breaking News! This just in…a new application is that focuses on verb tenses is now available for the iPad! With a news theme and graphics as well as the ability to collect data, this application is revolutionary … Continue reading


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App Review of the Week: StoryPals

by Jessica Chase, M.A., CCC-SLP “Whimsical. Enjoyable. Data-driven.” These are the three words that Eric Sailers used to describe his new application, StoryPals. I could not find a better way to start off a review of the application than to … Continue reading


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