SLP Corner: Helpful Tips for Teaching a Language Group for Students with Severe Communication Challenges
[Source: Chapel Hill Snippets]
Here in North Carolina, no school has been happening for several days. We had snow, and when that happens, we become shut in—no school, no shopping, no driving. The power has stayed on, so I’m happy to blog, check Facebook, work on school work and babysit our granddaughter. Lovely!
In spite of our school vacation, I wanted share an important part of my job today. For the past 24 years, I have worked in our self-contained classrooms and taught weekly language groups, many times co-treating with our occupational therapist. Some years have been easier than others, but I have felt committed to these groups. I often work with the children from the group at other times during the week for individual or small group services, but the language group has remained a permanent fixture.
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