Do you feel like you have had enough training on feeding? I believe that feeding therapy is needed more than ever and SLPs can carve out niches in this area. What is feeding therapy? Feeding therapy refers to treatment for feeding disorders. A disorder is beyond picky eating. It means that a ... Read More about SOS Feeding Approach – Feeding Therapy for Toddlers
As promised here is my video all about how to have successful speech sessions. I created a handout that details 4 main parts of a successful session. Click here to get the PDF: https://bit.ly/SuccessfulSpeech Of course new clinicians benefit from this information, but older experts can get stuck ... Read More about 4 Parts of a Successful Speech Therapy Session
Language Sample Analysis Have you heard about SLAM? If you have ever wanted to get a language sample and evaluate it for linguistic complexity, there is a free tool called School-age Language Assessment Measures (SLAM) by the Leaders Project from the Teachers College at Columbia University. The ... Read More about How to Use SLAM Cards: the School-age Language Assessment Measures
What's your favorite thing to do: therapy or evaluation? Evaluation is my favorite thing, but in my SLP friend group most of my SLP friends prefer therapy over evaluation. So you are not alone if you are not big into evaluating students! Report Writing One thing we probably both agree with is ... Read More about Write Reports Efficiently: Double Time Docs
What is Jamboard? Google Jamboard is the digital whiteboard tool you never about but that you need to use now. In this video I cover the main features and functionalities of this free application from Google The work done on the whiteboard is savable to create a "folder" for each student. If ... Read More about What is Google Jamboard?