For children with expressive language difficulties, creating opportunities for spontaneous language is key. With the help of these 5 tools you can create moments of intention and meaning that can be reinforced naturally with your child or student. Take a look!
Attention SLPs! Keep your students engaged with this sensory tub articulation garden, perfect for the end of the school year when the little ones get restless.
It’s no secret that bullying can have lasting effects on a child’s self-confidence and overall well-being. Unfortunately, children with disabilities, especially those with communication, developmental, and social disabilities, are often targeted. Speech-language pathologists commonly work with these students, putting them close to the action of many forms of bullying. In this essay, Penn State professor Dr.… Read More »