Vocabulary Description Guide for Teens and Tweens

I don’t know about you, but I have found those HedBanz questions pretty inadequate for teaching my students how to describe vocabulary.  Similarly, EET type guides or TPT visuals that focus on category, function, location, etc can be great for basic nouns but...

Co-Articulation Tips for Teaching /R/

Oh, the dreaded /r/ sound.  When I first started as a speech therapist, I didn’t know where to begin with this sound.  Now 4 years later, I have a lot more elicitation techniques within my arsenal: the KARLA method, the single-word /r/ screener, and of course...

How to Use Videos for Language Therapy

Often, getting our students to engage with reading-based therapy tasks can feel like pulling teeth- both for students and therapist! Our school clients often present with co-morbid reading and learning disabilities that make reading a daily struggle, and so it’s...

Better Speech & Hearing Month

It’s a bit late in the month, but I’d like to share some free and cheap resources for BHSM that I think are great for educating teachers and staff about speech-language pathology. 1. This free presentation from Autumn Bryant on our scope of practice is...