3 Reasons Why I Started to Plan My Therapy Sessions

We used to plan our speech therapy sessions in grad school, but as soon as I graduated, I stopped planning. I had too many other responsibilities, so I didn’t plan for 7 years. Then, I came up with 3 reasons why I needed to start planning my therapy sessions. 1.    Work-Life Balance Sometimes, being an …

End of the Year Speech Therapy Checklists

The school year is almost over! Like me, you are probably scrambling last minute to plan group therapy activities, trying to finish your data collection and finalize all of your IEP paperwork. That’s why I use these end of the year, speech therapy checklists! Basically, they list a few tasks for you to complete every day …

Parent Communication During Speech and Language Evaluations

I have always thought about parent communication from an SLP’s perspective. While in the evaluation process, I usually have thoughts such as, ‘I NEED to make this call’, ‘I HAVE to send this note home’ or ‘I NEED to give them this paperwork’. Well, this past year, I have had growing concerns about my son’s expressive …

10 Reasons To Use Speech Folders

Do you ever find it impossible to remember your students’ goals, remember what you did in yesterday’s session or forget to do your logs for the day?  This used to happen to me all the time, until I discovered speech folders!  Speech folders keep me organized, help my students in multiple ways and save me …

Decorating A Speech Room On A Budget

Do you have trouble decorating a speech room on a budget?  Here are some tips on how I made an ugly janitor’s closet into a cute and quaint speech room on a budget! Get your Free Speech Room Decor! Find A Room Last year, I began the school year sharing a room with 3 other SLPs, …

Speech Therapy Plans Made Easy!

Do you ever find yourself trying to constantly come up with new ideas for your speech therapy plans? I know that I used to struggle when it came to planning therapy and keeping my students engaged. So, I came up with an easy way to plan while still being able to keep my students engaged. …