Monthly Archives:: May 2016

7 Occupational Therapy (OT) Activities for Elementary-Aged Children

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Get apps and activities delivered to your inbox monthly: //txsource.com/newsletter/   Looking for a therapy job? Check out our current openings: //jobs.txsource.com Do you sometimes feel at a loss for new ideas and activities to incorporate in your occupational therapy classroom? With a school-based occupational therapy job comes the challenge to devise a multitude of strategies… Read More »

10 Fun SLP Activities for Memory Recall in Young Children

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Although memory is not directly related to speech, children with language impairments can frequently struggle to recall information. This is particularly true in cases where speech difficulties are due to a cognitive impairment. By incorporating various fun activities into sessions, speech pathologists in pediatric speech therapy jobs can prevent memory improvement from becoming a chore,… Read More »

Top Articulation Apps for SLPs (as rated by your peers!)

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In celebration of Better Speech and Hearing Month, we’ll be showcasing apps that school-based Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) can use in therapy sessions.  Today’s focus: speech therapy apps for articulation. All of these apps have been vetted and highly-rated by your SLP peers. And while some are on the higher side in regards to cost, we… Read More »

What Do Aesop’s Fables Have in Common With the Practice of Speech Therapy?

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Humans are wired for stories.  The ancient Greek storyteller, Aesop, knew this, and his simple fables have captivated children around the world for centuries upon centuries.  Here, we take a closer look at some of Aesop’s fables, and convey how you can connect each of them to your practice of school-based speech therapy.   Aesop’s… Read More »