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NEWLY UPDATED 2017! Two designs to choose from! Send out a Good Note with your student on a day when they have a Note-Worthy performance in Speech! If their speech was "Music to your ears!" print out these notes and let everyone know!
NEW Part 3 Copperative Session Game "Building Speech Together" JUST ADDED MARCH 2016 to this VERY POPULAR Free Download BUNDLE!
Have fun in your therapy session while encouraging group participation and cooperation with this Free Colorful Download: TWO DIFFERENT PAGES of Ideas for easy low/no cost games for your clients to participate in while working on their Therapy goals!! And plus now an actual game to download/print/use!
A fun FREE therapy suggestion you can print out to help your younger clients learn opposite concepts using their imagination and our fun colorful Mr. Opposite Character! NOW IMPROVED! WE'VE ADDED A PAGE OF OPPOSITE PROMPT QUESTIONS!
A NEW ADDITION to our FREE STUFF Area! This is a THREE page FREE PRINTOUT activity for Introducing a Client to using EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE! AAC usage option is also discussed! Suggested to begin with clients at the one word level of reporting of what they have just seen!
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A Note From The Desk of Your Speech Language Pathologist! Print out and freely duplicate this note pad page. Handy for sending out written notes with a humorous look at your busy desk! This is in Adobe Reader (.pdf) format
A fun motivational chart for tracking progress using small stickers over several sessions or for one session! Looking for Speech Therapy Themed Stickers? We have them! Click the link for Speech Stickers on the left!
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NOTE: IF YOU ARE NOT AN Speech Language Pathologist (SLP): Recommendations for appropriate Speech Language Therapy can only be made by a qualified Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) following a formal multi-factored Speech and Language evaluation.
There are many different aspects of the individual's abilities and degrees of severity of speech pattern differences that must first be determined through formal evaluation by a qualified professional before therapy can begin.
To locate a qualified Speech Language Pathologist near you (if you are not currently working with one), please visit the website of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
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