Tag Archives: 1 June 2012

Fun Speech / Voice Story for a Friday! : In A World Where One Teen’s Voice Is An Internet Hit

I was catching up on my podcasts this morning and stumbled on a story that I thought would interest our #SLPeeps!  Not sure how I missed the story in April, but no matter. Meet Jake Foushee, a 14 year old … Continue reading


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OT Corner: End of Year Lists for Students by the Students

Article Reprinted with permission of Your Therapy Source as it appeared on their blog Have you ever considered having the children you currently work with create a list of advice or tips for other children for the next school year?  … Continue reading


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Pinterest Pin of the Week: Flowchart of the Speech Steps from Isolation to Spontaneous Sentences

Sometimes you just never know which pins will be most popular.    Check out this post from Testy yet Trying which received over 150 repins last week. “This is a description of the variety of ways you can use the exact … Continue reading


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Special-Needs Unit of Young Marines Teaches Youths to Serve

BALTIMORE — Bob Nobles and Cornell Wright might not have a chance to serve their country when they are adults. No matter: They are serving it now. “Good morning, Young Marines,” barked 1st Sgt. Vivian Price-Butler, greeting Bob and Cornell … Continue reading


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Therapist & Family Resource of the Week: Brain Injury Hub

Here is a great resource I was introduced to through Twitter.  Unfortunately, I was not good enough to remember who tweeted it.  My apologies! The Children’s Trust is a national charity working with children who have multiple disabilities and complex … Continue reading


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