Speech Therapy

5 Simple Tips to Streamline Speech Therapy Lesson Plans

Are you still planning 50 lessons for each of your speech therapy students per week? I sure hope not! But ...

10 Awesome Ways to Use Magnetic Tiles in Speech Therapy

Have you ever used magnetic tiles at home with your kids? They are one of my absolute favorite toys for ...

5 Tips for Curriculum Night as an SLP

Curriculum night is our chance as SLPs to connect with parents, showcase the amazing work that we do and let ...

5 Skills to Target When Using Surveys in Speech Therapy

Have you ever considered using surveys in speech therapy as an activity for students to work on their speech and ...

Picture Books that Feature AAC Users

Books that feature AAC Users are pretty rare but especially important in the field of speech-language pathologists. Like any obsessed book-lover, ...

SLPs Lens with Literacy with Elizabeth Doherty

  In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I sat down with yet another Orton-Gillingham expert, Elizabeth Doherty to talk ...

Creating an Inclusive Classroom Culture with AAC Immersion with Janna Bedoyan and Morgan van Diepen

171: Creating an Inclusive Classroom Culture with AAC Immersion with Janna Bedoyan and Morgan van Diepen ...

Using Online Dictionaries To Help Our Students Understand New Vocabulary Words

  Wondering how you can help your students figure out words they don’t understand?  In this episode of SLP Coffee ...

7 Speech Skills to Target with a Little Blue Truck Sensory Bin

As a Speech-Language Pathologist, finding new and engaging ways to target different speech and language goals with students can be ...

Low Prep Spring Therapy Ideas

  Are you in survival mode right now?  It’s the final stretch before we make it to the end of ...

7 Toys for Speech and Language Preschool Evaluations

When I was still working in the schools, I did preschool evaluations weekly for 7 years. These are my top ...

Using Note-Taking Strategies in Speech Therapy

168: Using Note-Taking Strategies in Speech Therapy ...

Tips For Working With Older Speech Students

167: Tips For Working With Older Speech Students ...

Real Strategies for Working Less with Jamie Sears

166: Real Strategies for Working Less with Jamie Sears ...

The SLPs Role in Dyslexia with Heather Caska and Karina Kadhi

  What is the role of an SLP when it comes to dyslexia?  In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, ...

Parent Coaching for Iconic Gestures in Speech Therapy

What is an Iconic Gesture? Babies and toddlers start to use lots of gestures to show what they want or ...

164: What Successful Readers Do with Ella Sherman

What do successful readers do naturally?  In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I sat down with none other than ...

163: IEP Time Savers & Meeting Must-Haves with Jennifer Hofferber

As SLPs, we all know that writing IEPs can be a challenge.  In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I ...

10 FUN Dinosaur Activities for Speech Therapy

Have you ever used a dinosaur theme during speech sessions? Dinosaur speech therapy activities are honestly so much fun. It ...

162: Tips for Tackling Mixed Groups

Do you feel confident going into your mixed groups?  In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I’m sharing a clip ...

Engaging The Reluctant Writer with Megan Polk

161: Engaging The Reluctant Writer with Megan Polk ...

Coaching Parents to Use Declarative Gestures

Did you know that in most children, POINTING to show an object happens even BEFORE the use of expressive language? ...

160: AAC Everything With A Side of Coffee with Laura Hayes

Ready to learn more about AAC?  People can be very intimidated by AAC and this is something I get a ...

159: 5 Free Low Prep Valentine’s Day Ideas

Are you ready for Valentine’s Day?  In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I’m sharing some low-prep therapy ideas that ...

Why SLPs Should Focus on Functional Skills, Too!

Communication is possibly the most important functional skill. If you are unable to communicate your needs and wants throughout the ...