Building Social Skills with Boom Cards!  Interested in engaging students to build social skills? Social skills are so important to our learners, especially students with autism! What better way to develop social skills than with Boom Cards! Boom Cards are an incredible resource  that is completely digital, and interactive! They can easily be used in…

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Speech therapists are often tasked with providing therapy for learners with various language levels. When taking on the task of multiple language levels and also teletherapy, the challenges are already magnified. Take some time off your plate with these Adapted Books for Speech Therapy. The books offer so many great opportunities for students to develop…

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In-person? Teletherapy? Are you looking for easy ways to open the doors of functional communication for your students with real-life images? These Picture Scenes for Speech Therapy are exactly what you need! Photographs are one of the backbones of language skills for students with disabilities, especially autism. Let’s give students authentic opportunities to learn to…

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Building language skills is the ultimate foundation of communication for our incredible students! We are always looking for the best therapy resources that are functional for our students with complex needs. Well, you have come to the right place! This new series of themed language therapy activity workbooks have it all!  The workbooks are themed…

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We know that students with autism struggle with their ability to generalize their skills. So a student may be able to label a picture that he/she has seen in therapy with the speech therapist but may not be able to label a slightly different picture of the same item. Using multiple examples helps our students…

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Working on comprehension skills with students with autism can be difficult. Starting with a robust language assessment is always the first step. We need to identify if it is functional for our students to work on answering “WH” questions. Once that has been determined, working on them can help our students increase their receptive and…

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Hearing our children start to talk is a joyous event!! As our children grow and talk more, at times it can be difficult to understand all of the sounds that they use. It is normal for young children to say some sounds wrong. Knowing if this is a typical part of development or something to…

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When your child is not talking and you are not sure why, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. Today you will learn about language milestones and also red flags for autism. It is important to know the facts, so that you can advocate and help your child. In general, there are things…

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Autism professionals and parents tell me all the time how they struggle to get their students with autism to communicate.Their therapy sessions don’t run smoothly and they feel overwhelmed.😟 Are you therapy sessions not running smoothly? Do you feel like you are not reaching your students? Are your students struggling to communicate on their own?…

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