Category Archives: SLP

Seasonal Activity of the Week: Easter Egg Hunt for Children with Autism

Thanks to the people at Therapics for reaching out to us to share this free activity!   It is great way to teach prepositions whilst helping a child with language challenges participate in the Easter fun.     It would make a … Continue reading

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Worth Repeating: Articulation Therapy Carryover Activities

 by Sherry Artemenko, CCC-SLP I have a number of boys, ages 5-8,  currently on my caseload, who are working on improving their articulation. They have made great gains in learning to correctly produce their target sounds in words, sentences and … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: I am Not Superpowered!

[Source:  Annie Doyle, MS CCC-SLP] I can’t explain it. I have had a very, very busy year with no less than six evaluations pending at a time and I have been coping quite well. Two weeks ago…BAM! Leading up to … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: 10 Ideas to Get Parents More Involved

Editor’s Note: It’s springtime.  Time to wind down the current school year, but also to think about how you will improve your own classroom this coming school year!  Here is a great article that our friend Margaret Rice at Your … Continue reading

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Speech Therapy Activity of the Week: Consonant Digraph Garden

  [Source:  I Can Teach My Child] Here is a fun, springy way to work on speech sounds! Please visit I Can Teach My Child and look at the entire blog post.  It was written for parents rather than speech-language … Continue reading

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