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Episode #056: How To Help Parents Feel Supported On The IEP Team with Emily Estades

Parents are one of the most valuable members of a therapy team, they know the student better than anybody at the IEP table. My friend, Emily Estades, shares her perspective as an SLP and parent. In this interview she shares her journey from the different diagnoses her two children have and how she was inspired to become an SLP. She provides some great insight and tips for professionals to lead more parent inclusive IEP meetings.

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5 Early Signs of Autism

Our children are precious. Our students are loved. We want the best for them no matter what, but what happens if you start to notice …

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AAC BONUS with Help Me Find My Voice

ABA Speech offers so many different opportunities for guiding you to help the children with autism in your life. There are opportunities to grow in …

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Register for our FREE LIVE Masterclass!

Are you finding yourself overwhelmed and frustrated about supporting all of your autistic learners in 2022? Are you looking for a roadmap to navigate through …

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Episode #053: Modified Social and Leisure Skills for Middle and High School Students

Working on and perfecting skills that develop and are put to use across our students lifespan is so important. I always think about how activities used in my therapy room will transcend the classroom and impact my learners at home and in the community. Today I am talking about one of my favorite leisure skills. In this episode I share an awesome list of games and shared activities to use at home or in your therapy room. You’re getting all the details like how I modify them, some video models, and so much more.

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Teletherapy Resources 

Virtual learning has become a very real way of learning for our students today. Now news outlets are once again packed with impending school closures …

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IEP Dos and Don’ts

One of the biggest responsibilities as a provider is to ensure all students are making obtainable goals, meeting those goals, and then creating new ones …

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Autism Survey

Introduction/ABA Speech Mission If we haven’t met yet, I want to introduce myself! My name is Rosemarie Griffin, founder and owner of ABA Speech. If …

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Autism Outreach Podcast

Testing, testing…1, 2, 3. If you enjoy podcasts and are interested in learning more tips and tricks to use when working with individuals with Autism, …

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Books For Speech Therapy For Toddlers

If you work with toddlers, you’re likely familiar with the phrases, “llama, llama red pajama” from the Llama Llama book series and “I was rocking …

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