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Rainbow Cart Storage Hack for SLPs (+ free labels!)

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Rainbow Cart Storage Hack for SLPs (+ free labels!)

Helllloooo gorgeous rainbow cart from Michael's.... *heart eyes* I spent 2 years with this beautiful cart just floating around my therapy room, collecting random worksheets and files. Sound familiar? And then I saw a few ideas over on Pinterest for how to make this cart actually FUNCTIONAL (not my strong suit as a very Type B SLP). I started simply organizing the drawers by different goal areas. Personally, I'm a themed-therapy SLP through and through. I have large totes organized by seasons, and I store all my favorite themed materials (apples, ice cream, camping, garden) by season into my totes. But...

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Teletherapy Website Roundup

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Teletherapy Website Roundup
I'm so excited to share some of my favorite free teletherapy websites with you that I've been LOVING in speech therapy!

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Teletherapy Lesson Plans: Part Two

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Teletherapy Lesson Plans: Part Two
I'm back with more teletherapy lesson plans for you!

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Speech Therapy Apps for Parents: A Helpful Guide

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Speech Therapy Apps for Parents: A Helpful Guide
With trends in distance learning, it's important to help parent's feel supported, but not overwhelmed, with speech therapy. How many worksheets are too many? How many videos is too much? Balance things out with some top speech therapy apps that are easy to use at home!

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Read Aloud for Speech Therapy: Helpful Tips for Parents and a Freebie!

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Read Aloud for Speech Therapy: Helpful Tips for Parents and a Freebie!

What is a read aloud? How do I support speech goals during a read aloud? I have an absolute obsession with book companions. I bet I use them 3-6 times per day with a huge chunk of my caseload.  However, as an SLP, I have found myself sitting in IEP meetings, discussing progress the student has made, and getting questions from a parent such as, "Well what do you mean he does better with visuals? What kind of visuals? How can I support him at home then?"  It got me thinking... we need to start supporting not just the student,...

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