Tag Archives: SLP

Career Development Tip: SLP Self Reflection Forms

Editor’s Note:  Here is a great year end round-up resource for your professional development.  While they were designed for SLPs they can be adapted for any clinical professional in the schools! [Source:  The Dabbling Speechie] Self reflection is one of … Continue reading

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Literacy Corner: Gifted and Dyslexic: Twice Exceptional

[Source:  Reading.org] I would like to introduce you to Jennifer. Jennifer is in the eighth grade and earning good grades—no, she is getting great grades. According to her teachers she is a nice, compliant, intelligent student who is just a … Continue reading

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Special Ed Corner: 10 Helpful and Compassionate Comments Heard at an IEP Meeting

[Source:  Friendship Circle] During most discussions about IEPs, we talk about the times that things went wrong and disgraceful things were said.  But not all IEPs are like that!  Recently a commenter on the Friendship Circle blog wrote, “Instead of ridiculous and offensive comments, … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Strategy May Treat Childhood Neurological Disorder

[Source:  Science Daily] UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have identified a possible therapy to treat neurofibromatosis type 1 or NF1, a childhood neurological disease characterized by learning deficits and autism that is caused by inherited mutations in the gene encoding … Continue reading

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Resource of the Week: Speech Book Shelf

Here is a fantastic resource for SLPs, parents and teachers.  Speech Book Shelf is brought to you by the SLPs down under at Busy Bugs Kits.   They have grouped hundreds of well known picture books (like Dear Zoo, the Gruffalo, … Continue reading

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