Free Parent/Teacher Handouts -Therapy Resource of the Week
Special Thanks to our friend Jourdan, the author of the Future SLPs blog for the heads up on this great resource for therapists to share with parents/guardians.
[Source: Future SLPs]
Below are some great websites to distribute to parents/teachers if they want to find out more information on a specific topic or general information regarding speech and language development. It is important to have handouts that provide information in a format that is quick and easy to read.
Handouts on SuperDuper.com
FREE online, informational newsletters for teachers and parents. In order to download the handouts you have to sign up for a free account. This website also allows you to type keywords into a search box and it pulls up a list of articles related to the keywords that you typed. Some of the handouts are available in Spanish as well.
Handouts are related to the following topics: ~AAC ~Articulation and Phonology ~Auditory Processing and Listening~Autism~Basic Concepts~Describing~Questioning & Sequencing~Grammar and Syntax~Hearing and Sign Language~IEPs and Testing~Occupational and Physical Therapy~Oral-Motor and Apraxia~Parent Resources~Phonics~PreReading and Reading~Social Skills~Special Education and LD~Speech & Language Therapy~Vocabulary
ASHA Handouts for Parents
ASHA has a wonderful handout that is entitled Activities to Encourage Speech and Language Development, it is a list of activities to promote speech and language for children Birth-6 years.
Handouts on Zero to Three.org
Parent Handouts for children Birth-3 years, really great handouts for parents! Handouts available in English and Spanish.
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PediaStaff hires pediatric and school-based professionals nationwide for contract assignments of 2 to 12 months. We also help clinics, hospitals, schools, and home health agencies to find and hire these professionals directly. We work with Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational and Physical Therapists, School Psychologists, and others in pediatric therapy and education.