Monthly Archives:: May 2016

7 Occupational Therapy Activities for Elementary-Aged Children

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

10 Fun SLP Activities for Memory Recall in Young Children

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Memory Recall in Young Children

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 articulation apps that school-based Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) can use in therapy sessions. Today’s focus: speech therapy articulation apps. All of these articulation apps have been vetted and highly rated by your SLP peers. And while some are on the higher side in regards to… 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 Aesop’s fables have captivated children around the world for centuries upon centuries.  Here, we take a closer look at some of Aesop’s fables which are full of valuable life lessons. We’ll show you how to connect each of Aesop’s fables to your… Read More »