When I became an SLP, I was excited to help my students by engaging them with fun therapy sessions. After a couple of years, I became stressed-out, frustrated and, honestly, felt hopeless.
I felt like I was doing my students a disservice because I wasn’t able to take the time to plan therapy for them and I was tired of spending time away from my family searching for individualized therapy materials.
So, I began to create and organize therapy plans and materials for every single week of the year. After months of creating and planning, I had therapy plans that were ready to go!
Having therapy plans that are ready to use allows me to focus on why I became an SLP in the first place: engage my students, help them achieve their goals, and eventually reach a place where they don’t need speech anymore!
Not only am I able to focus more on my students, but I can now enjoy spending my nights and weekends with my family instead of working.