Can you believe it’s almost June?! There are thousands of graduations happening throughout the country, meaning shiny, new professionals are entering the job industry – including Speech-Language Pathologists! Check out these 7 tips for new SLPs from ASHA. Is there any other advice you could give a brand new SLP?
Monthly Archives:: May 2014
A school principal connects with students at a personal level. He uses his experience with Dyslexia to relate to students, and shares his experiences while he was in school. Read his story here.
Ever heard of a Sing-a-ma-jig? Read here about 5 types of toys for children with special needs from the Friendship Circle.
One of the apps we keep hearing about this month is Language Builder® from Stages Publishing. It uses photos to teach children with either autism, speech-language delays, or any special needs, six core education activities – Identical Matching, Similar Matching, Receptive Labeling, Expressive Labeling, Picture Identification, and Sorting. Read more about Language Builder® here!
Chocolate and berries for sensory play? We found this list of 100 basic sensory materials over at Sensory Playhouse! How many have you used before?