Category Archives: SLP

Career Corner: Stuck in a Rut? How To Get Out and Move On

    [Source:  Teach Me to Talk] Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.,S., CCC-SLP from as she discusses 6 ways to pull yourself out of your professional rut. While this advice is specifically for speech-language pathologists and other … Continue reading

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Bilingual SLP Corner: Do I Need to Test Bilingual Children in Both Languages?

[Source: Bilinguistics] This is a question I have heard a lot lately.  Is there a certain point at which it is acceptable not to test bilingual children in both languages?  Take a look at the following table that comes from … Continue reading

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A ‘Gift to the Profession’: ‘Spanish Phrasing for SLPs’

Editor’s Note:  Every so often I am compelled to re-share this gem.   Enjoy. Here is a very exciting resource to share. Back in January, we featured a chapter of a book by Dorothy Miranda Esckelson and Adulfa Aguirre Morales, … Continue reading

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Pinterest Pinboard of the Week: Martin Luther King Themed Activities

Are you looking for some fantastic activities to do for Martin Luther King Day?  Look no further than our Pinterest board!   There is some great stuff in here including word searches, craftivities, printable books, writing prompt, fine motor crafts, … Continue reading

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Baby and Adult Brains ‘Sync Up’ During Play

[Source:  Science Daily] A team of Princeton researchers has conducted the first study of how baby and adult brains interact during natural play, and they found measurable similarities in their neural activity. In other words, baby and adult brain activity … Continue reading

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