My daughter and I went to Buc-ee’s last weekend. (If you are not from Texas, it is this giant gas station that has it’s own brands of snacks, cheap fountain drinks, yummy BBQ sandwiches, and FUDGE!). This blog post has taken a detour hasn’t it? It wasn’t meant to be an ode to the famous… Continue reading Thoughts from a Speech Pathologist About Social Distancing
It's that wonderful... scratch that. It's THAT time of year. Fellow SLP, you know what I'm talking about. The craziness of busy schedules, the chaos, the KIDS! Kids have a 6th sense when it comes to the holidays. Even if they can't read a calendar, they know! Many parents use "Elf on the Shelf" to… Continue reading An Alternative to “Elf on the Shelf” for the Traveling SLP
Instead of a parent tip this week, I chose an SLP tip to give out. Do you ever give a client a stamp and three days later it is still there? They've bathed but it won't come off. Or do you bring a blue stamp pad and the girls want pink? Maybe your stamp pad is… Continue reading SLP Tip: The New Way to Use Stamps
The holidays are behind us and it seems all those cute Christmas apps we during our speech therapy sessions are not relevant. How about some cute winter themed apps? I have a few that I am absolutely loving right now for the month of January. I have been using most of them in my sessions… Continue reading Winter Apps for Speech Therapy
Halloween fell on a Tuesday this year. It kind of messed up my week. My themes are each set for a whole week. I don't know about you, but I feel weird doing Halloween activities on November 1st in speech therapy. Thus, making my week very "unsymmetrical." (Did I seriously just use the word "thus"?!) It's… Continue reading Halloween’s Over! Now What Do I Do in Speech Therapy?!