Parent Tips

Kid Friendly New Year’s Eve

It's New Year's Eve, and you are spending a nice quiet night at home with your kids. No parties, no uncomfortable outfits, no driving on those crazy roads late at night. Just you, your significant other (maybe), the kids, your most comfy pajamas and a long night of "not sure how I am going to… Continue reading Kid Friendly New Year’s Eve

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

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

Hands On Therapy Activities

Quick Drill Boxes in Speech Therapy

We've all seen the beautiful blogs posts about picture prefect therapy sessions go for that one speech therapist.  Let's be honest...not all speech therapy sessions are smooth and picture perfect.  You may see 6 kids in a mixed group in which you need to address everything from articulation to grammar in 30 minutes.  Maybe you… Continue reading Quick Drill Boxes in Speech Therapy

Books for Speech Therapy, Language

“Light Up Language” in Speech Therapy

Finding ways to keep kids engaged and interested in speech therapy can be a tricky feat for even the most creative SLP.  After you have spent countless hours on creating ridiculously fabulous lessons (Great job, by the way!), there will always be that one kid that is like "Meh."  Or maybe you are the SLP… Continue reading “Light Up Language” in Speech Therapy

Themed Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy Theme Review: Purplicious!

The girls continued the girly theme in speech therapy.  This week was all about purple, cakes and painting!  I love this book because it emphasizes to be your own person and don't be afraid to like what you like.  We had an assortment of activities to address each girl's goals.  (You can find all the activities… Continue reading Speech Therapy Theme Review: Purplicious!

Themed Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy Theme Review: Pinkalicious

Speech therapy just got really girly!  I absolutely love "Pinkalicious!"  I love the conversations that this book stimulates.  How many times were you told as a kid that would turn into the food you ate ALL THE TIME?  I certainly remember hearing I was going to turn into a chicken nugget one day.  Those same… Continue reading Speech Therapy Theme Review: Pinkalicious

Hands On Therapy Activities

Summer, Grilling and Speech Therapy

So, it's officially summer here in Texas.  No, I don't wait for the actual "First Day Of Summer" on the calendar.  It's summer in Texas when your thighs stick to your seats in your car.  Cue the fun summer themes in speech therapy!!  I found these adorable tin grills in the dollar spot of my… Continue reading Summer, Grilling and Speech Therapy

Books for Speech Therapy

Book Review by an SLP: “El Deafo”

I have made it a goal to read more this year.  While most of my books have been business or social media books, I ordered one in April that was great for the SLP!  The book is "El Deafo" and the story is adorable!  It is definitely a "must read" for any SLP treating hearing… Continue reading Book Review by an SLP: “El Deafo”

SLPreneuer

The SLP, March, LinkedIn and Twitter: What I Learned

This social media experiment has been an interesting one.  When I set my goals for 2018, I really did not think I would learn much about how to market my business as an SLP.    I thought I would learn about each channel and be able to just continue posting everything everywhere.  That’s what that “share”… Continue reading The SLP, March, LinkedIn and Twitter: What I Learned