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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I LOVE summer!!! Talking about summer in therapy is always a treat for myself and my students. Using functional and no prep materials always makes my therapy a tad bit easier. I like to use adapted books in therapy. Using adapted books with real pictures is a functional way to address language skills for students…

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During this time of distance learning taking a virtual field trip is a JOY!! A way to keep your students engaged. Super fun for therapists as well. We have taken virtual field trips to the zoo and aquarium. How you ask? We start by reading a book about visiting the zoo. I use our adapted…

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Wow things have really changed with service delivery due to COVID-19. We have all had to learn new skills and continue to do so, to help our clients. The BLOG POSTS below will help you learn more about teletherapy. Stacy Crouse shares amazing information about screen share and mouse control in this blog post. The…

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Wow here we are providing distance learning! This switch has left me feeling anxious and exhausted with how to help support all of my students! Some districts are providing distance learning and some are sending home materials and videos. I wanted to help you support your students during this distance learning time. The video below…

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Understanding how words are related is a very important part of helping our students increase their expressive language skills. I love to embed activities for naming items that belong to a category for students who are working on increasing this skill! The category activity shared below can be great to use during individual or small…

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