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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 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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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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Type B SLP Tips Part 1: Productivity

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Type B SLP Tips Part 1: Productivity

55+ progress reports, 3 evaluation reports, 2 IEP meetings, over a month worth of billing, due in the next 5 days... Does this sound familiar?

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Quick Tips for Starting a New School Year: SLP Edition

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Quick Tips for Starting a New School Year: SLP Edition
As I've started my first round of traveling therapy at a new school, I've been making notes of all the important things I've been doing (so I can duplicate it next time around!) It's been a little crazy over here to be honest!

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