Category Archives: SLP

Career Corner: Should I become an SLP?

[Source:  The Bilinguistics Blog] Here is an honest look as to why you might want or not want to become a speech pathologist. Do you want to get a speech pathologist talking?  Ask them why they like their job.  The reasons abound … Continue reading

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2019-20 School Year Speech Language Pathologist / CF – Sacramento, CA

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply We are seeking a Speech-Language Pathologist for the gorgeous Sacramento area. You will work 20 minutes south of Sacramento with elementary through high school-aged children. *  Two … Continue reading

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ABA Corner: Successfully Navigating Puberty & Adolescence with ASD

Editor’s Note:   We were reading in the ABA Skill Share Group on Facebook and happened upon this wonderful presentation.  Becca Marie was kind enough to share it with us and gave us permission to post it here for everyone to … Continue reading

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Fall Fun for Therapy on Pinterest!

This week’s Pinterest Pin of the Week isn’t a pin, rather it’s an entire pinboard of activities, crafts and ideas to do with your therapy kiddos during the autumn and harvest season.  Looking for activities dealing with the themes of … Continue reading

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Feeding Therapy Corner: Wait…For…It.. – The Power of Waiting

By: Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP As a speech language pathologist who specializes in feeding, one of the most important strategies that I teach to parents and caregivers is the power of waiting. Children need time to organize their thoughts and … Continue reading

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