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Month: June 2017

An app that I am using this week (6/19-6/23)

An app that I am using this week (6/19-6/23)

An app that I am using this week (6/19–6/23) School SLPs! We are almost at the end (if you haven’t finished school already!) While some of us still have summer school (or extended school year) to look toward, there is a break in store for many of us. My hope is that the summer refreshes you and resets you before September rolls around. Before we can relax, there is still some work to get in. While most of my students…

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An app that I am using this week (6/12-6/16)

An app that I am using this week (6/12-6/16)

Let’s face an SLP reality: every student has a “WH” question goal. Alright, maybe not every student, but a lot of them do! We can work through “WH” questions many ways, but one aspect that I think is necessary is understanding the nature of each question. This reference page from www.speakingofspeech.com is right on. I love to keep a laminated version of this page on the table while working with my groups on “WH” questions. Another way to work through “WH”…

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An app that I am using this week (6/5-6/9)

An app that I am using this week (6/5-6/9)

An app that I am using this week (6/5–6–9) Working with students with autism allows you to see so many different children who have so many different skills. From year to year, I consider it a blessing that I am able to support these children as they grow and learn. While there are different approaches and mindsets to helping students with autism, there is one aspect I am frequently asked to intervene and help out: emotions. Emotional development is quite…

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