I have quite a few older kiddos on my caseload who work on sight words and they tell me over and over how “boring” and “no fun” sight words are. Trust me kid, I get it. SO I try and mix up table time/flashcards with some fun sight … [Read More...]
Let’s face it, not every kiddo we have is going to sit through a table activity or craft. But, that doesn’t mean we want to exclude them from having fun in our speech room. We can help make it an enjoyable and successful … [Read More...]
October is AAC awareness month! The goal of this month is to raise awareness of AAC and to inform the public of the many different ways people communicate using communication devices. If you’re wondering what AAC is…keep … [Read More...]
Confirming what SLPs already know, a recent study out of Massachusetts Institute of Technology shows that for children's brain development, parents don't just need to talk to their kids — it's important to talk with them, in back-and-forth exchanges. Pass it on! For more information about how parents can help their children develop their language skills, visit www.asha.org/public/speech/development/parent-stim-activities/.