SLP Corner: 19 Behavior Strategies for SLPs
[Source: Speech Room News]
Behavior needs can impact speech therapy in a lot of ways. I’ve written about it before here on the blog but I thought it was worth revising this month. Students can be resistant to working with us for so many different reasons. Are they hungry? Did they get enough sleep? Is this activity hard for them? Are you asking them to leave a preferred activity? Do they have a short attention span? A negative previous experience in that space? Are they just having an “off” day? There are so many contributing factors to behavior! If you’re new to working with students, it can feel like you’re grasping at straws.
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