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8 Speech Therapy Activities for Valentine’s Day

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Attention speech-language pathologists! It’s never too early to get a head start on your Valentine’s Day lesson plans. From positional concept hearts to articulation and language wreaths, these eight speech therapy activities for Valentine’s Day will inspire your students and are perfect for the month of February. Here are a few activities to try with… Read More »

16 Winter Games for Speech Therapy

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Bring play into your therapy sessions with the help of winter games for speech therapy like Elf on the Shelf and Don’t Break the Ice. Click here to find out more.         Get apps and activities delivered to your inbox monthly:  https:/txsource.com/newsletter/txsource.com/newsletter Looking for a therapy job? Check out our current opening:… Read More »

5 Fall Books for Speech Therapy

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Target sequencing, vocabulary, and more by incorporating these autumn-themed children’s books for speech therapy (and a few activities) into your next lesson plan. “Looking for fall books for speech therapy? Here are some of my favorites, plus a few fall activity ideas that your speech students are sure to love. 1. By the Light of… Read More »

Ed Tech Tuesday: 40 Resources for iPads in Education

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Speech-Language Pathologists

This week, we want to make sure you have the opportunity to explore the top resources for iPads in education. This list is perfect for both teachers and special educators. “This post is chock full of tech resources that can be used in many different ways involving education in and beyond the classroom. It includes… Read More »

Autumn-Themed Therapy Fall Freebie Ideas for SLPs

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Fall into speech and language with this collection of resources, interactive activities, and more (without spending a buck)! “It’s always great to have activities that can be incorporated with the time of the year. So, I went in search of some fall freebie ideas for your therapy rooms. First off, I was dabbling over at… Read More »

15 Ways To Improve Your Deaf Awareness

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Occupational Therapists

Take back your Friday, and learn about the different ways that you can improve your Deaf awareness. “In honor of Deaf Awareness Week (September 21-28), here are some hot tips for being a more Deaf Aware human. 1. Know the difference between deaf and Deaf. Writing deaf with a lower case ‘d’ denotes the medical… Read More »

8 Tips for Incorporating AAC Into the Classroom

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Attention Speech-Language Pathologists! Help your school’s teachers incorporate augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) into their classrooms with the help of these eight important tips. “It’s back to school time, and teachers might need your support incorporating speech-generating devices (SGDs) in the classroom. SGDs and other methods of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) give students who are… Read More »

25 Common IEP Acronyms Parents Should Know

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Attention therapists and special educators! Share this list of commonly used acronyms with the parents and family members of your students to help everyone involved in the IEP process to communicate more effectively. Click here for the list of acronyms.    

EdTech Tuesday: Top 10 Learning Apps for Adolescents & Adults with Developmental Disabilities

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Occupational Therapists

Straight from The ASHA Leader Blog, this list explores the best learning apps to help your clients improve their social skills, life skills, language skills, and more. Take a look at the article, and comment below if you know of any other useful learning apps to add to this list.    

50 Fall Activities for Kids with Special Needs

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Including trick-or-treating alternatives, candy corn recipes, and crafts with special accommodations for kids with disabilities, this comprehensive list of fall activities will serve as an excellent reference tool for teachers and therapists throughout the autumn season. Click here to discover 50 excellent fall activities for kids with special needs.