I just finished a new series: Rhyming Words! I created two mega packs to help you teach students how to identify rhyming words. We know that understanding key phonemic awareness skills like rhyming (bonus: rhyming is actually both a phonemic awareness skill AND a phonological awareness ... Read More about Rhyming Words
Reading Comprehension in Speech Therapy Sessions Is it challenging to figure out how to address comprehension, especially reading comprehension with your students? I've wanted to do more with reading with my struggling readers because there are many different speech therapy goals you can hit with ... Read More about Easy Reading Comprehension for Struggling Readers
What is the Mutual Recognition Agreement? The mutual recognization agreement is a pact that was signed by ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) and the below organizations: Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC)Royal College of Speech Therapists in the United KingdomIrish ... Read More about Mutual Recognition Agreement with ASHA
Would you ever go on the road permanently? Can you imagine doing teletherapy full-time? These are the kinds of thoughts I've had every so often. And I just came back from vacation in Wisconsin where I stayed in an RV! It was fun and it inspired me to record a couple videos about speech therapy. ... Read More about VanLife as a Speech Pathologist? Take Teletherapy on the Road!
What is the difference between a speech pathologist and a speech therapist? One thing that gets confusing is why are we "speech-language pathologists"? And why aren't we *officially* "speech therapists"? American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is our national governing body. ASHA ... Read More about Speech pathologist vs Speech therapist