Organized SLP, SLPreneuer

SLP on the Go: How I Am Getting Organized in 2019

Each year, I start off with the idea of getting my business organized better.  Usually by mid-February, this SLP has fallen off the organization wagon.  But this year I am hoping it is different.  I am working to stay organized AND healthy!  Sanity and health all at one?  That's a tough battle for most working… Continue reading SLP on the Go: How I Am Getting Organized in 2019

Antics of the Speech Chick, SLPreneuer

New Year, New Speech Chick

Want to listen?  Click here!   Ok, that's not completely true.  It is a new year but not a completely new Speech Chick.  I mean, I still like Dr. Pepper, the color pink, Converse, glitter and tacos.  I am still sarcastic and wildly witty (if I do say so myself!)  But I have taken on… Continue reading New Year, New Speech Chick

Organized SLP

Self Care in 5 Minutes for the Busy Speech Therapist

We've all been there.  You are a busy speech therapist, running on fumes.  You consistently make the choice every day to ignore self care so that you can finish that report, call insurance, plan that lesson, squeeze that last client in.  We don't do it because we dislike ourselves.  We do it because we are… Continue reading Self Care in 5 Minutes for the Busy Speech Therapist

Parent Tips

Dear Santa, Please Bring Me What My SLP Recommends! Part 2 Toys

There are TONS of toys out there, that with just a little parent involvement, make the top of the "SLP RECOMMENDS" list.  I am not talking about 500 bazillion pieces to put together.  Toys that you can take out of the box and start playing with are the ones I am referring to.  I have… Continue reading Dear Santa, Please Bring Me What My SLP Recommends! Part 2 Toys

SLP extras, Uncategorized

An Alternative to “Elf on the Shelf” for the Traveling SLP

  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… Continue reading An Alternative to “Elf on the Shelf” for the Traveling SLP

Parent Tips

Dear Santa, Please Bring Me What My SLP Recommends! Part 1 Board Games

Christmas is just around the corner.  This is also the time of year that I get the question, "What would you recommend for my child?"  As an SLP, I am ALWAYS going to recommend engaging, NON-TECHNOLOGY based toys and games...ALWAYS!  Parents are so wrapped up in IPads, tablets and all the apps that go with… Continue reading Dear Santa, Please Bring Me What My SLP Recommends! Part 1 Board Games