IPad Apps For Speech And Language Therapy

Whether you love technology or hate it, I think we can all agree that it’s here to stay and will play a major role in the workforce and economy for decades to come. Therefore, it’s important that we start introducing it to our students as soon as we can. Providing exposure to technology, as well as helping to foster emerging tech skills, will help our students develop the tools necessary to navigate everyday tasks in the home, school, and work environments. Lucky for us, there are a ton of speech and language therapy apps that can help facilitate these skills, as well as make therapy engaging and fun. Below are some ideas for various levels:

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Sensory Boxes For Increasing Vocabulary

“Tell Me And I Forget. Teach Me And I May Remember. Involve Me And I Learn.” –Benjamin Franklin


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Ideas For Increasing The Number Of Practice Opportunities In Therapy

YOU ARE A ROCKSTAR SLP.  You plan amazing lessons and your students love coming to speech.  There’s just one hiccup – some of your students aren’t making the progress you know that they are capable of making.  If that’s the case, it might be time to reflect on how many productions you are getting out of your students each session.  Here are some simple ways to help increase the number of practice opportunities in therapy (without your students realizing they are actually doing more work!)

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Mental Wellness Month

“An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure.” –Benjamin Franklin

January is Mental Wellness month, and after the whirlwind that is the holiday season, most of us are ready to take a little “me” time.  Maybe it’s a resolution you’re ready to tackle, or maybe you just need a break to reset.  A healthy state of well-being is the catalyst needed to cope with the many stressors of life.  Relationships, financial issues, and work can put your mental well-being at risk, but acquiring the skills to improve mental wellness can help safeguard against the effects of life’s difficulties.

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New Year’s Resolutions

Welcome to a new year! It’s time again to think about the upcoming year and the resolutions.  We all know what we NEED to do: exercise more, eat healthier, go to bed earlier, and not be so stressed. We try to accomplish the same resolutions year to year.  Regardless if you succeed or not year to year, try something different this year. I challenge you to focus on your students this new year instead of self-improvement.  I guarantee that some of your personal resolutions will be accomplished (like less stress) if you focus on them.  Here’s a few ideas:

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