Great New Picture Books, PAL Award Winners about Dragons, Beach and Twins

Great New Picture Books, PAL Award Winners about Dragons, Beach and Twins

One of my favorite things to do is hang out in a neighborhood book store and check out the new picture books. As a matter of fact, when my husband asked what I would like to do on my recent birthday (besides getting the best donut in town and coffee), I suggested...
Speech Teletherapy vs. Traditional Speech Therapy

Speech Teletherapy vs. Traditional Speech Therapy

After more than 40 years practicing in my field of speech language pathology, I am still energized by my role in helping my clients as well as my profession. As a group of SLP’s, we are constantly revising, improving and perfecting how we deliver our services...
Homeschooling a Child with Special Needs: The Pros and Cons

Homeschooling a Child with Special Needs: The Pros and Cons

From time to time I like to feature guest posts by either Speech language pathologists or those in other fields working to positively impact kids and parents. Today I want to introduce you to Jackie Nunes, from WonderMoms.org. Jackie is a former pediatric nurse who...
Speech-Language Impairments Rank #1 in Kids 3-5 (IDEA)

Speech-Language Impairments Rank #1 in Kids 3-5 (IDEA)

ASHA Leader Magazine is a favorite of mine. I was just reading the April issue and turning down the corners on several fantastic, relevant articles. Here’s one that got my attention, “Speech-Language Impairments Rank First, Second Highest By Age” So...
Make Sure to Visit Your Student in Their Preschool Class

Make Sure to Visit Your Student in Their Preschool Class

When I’m working with preschoolers, I often mention to the parents that after their child gets “settled” in therapy, it would be helpful for me to see him in his preschool setting. I wait a few weeks until he is making significant progress and I can...
Using Oral Motor Techniques in Articulation and Phonological Therapy

Using Oral Motor Techniques in Articulation and Phonological Therapy

I have enjoyed reading, learning and sharing practical knowledge to use in speech therapy from Pam Marshalla’s book on Articulation Carryover and am ready to tackle her book on “Oral-Motor Techniques in Articulation and Phonological Therapy” to blog...