SLP’s, We Need to Talk…
Six years of school equals more than just a bunch of letters after our names... It is obvious that becoming a speech-language pathologist enriches our minds as much as it..
How To: Manage Self-Stimulatory (“stimming”) Behaviors
Self-stimulatory behavior is commonly exhibited by children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), however, this population is not the only time that SLP’s and parents may encounter a behavior that a..
Play Therapy for Speech-Language Intervention
Play is a flexible, non-literal, episodic, and process-oriented form of therapy. During play, the child is actively engaged and intrinsically motivated. True play has no extrinsic goals, but we sacrifice..
The Trouble with Transitions
Many children experience difficulty transitioning between activities, places, and objects of attention. When a child is asked to stop one thing and begin another, it is not uncommon for problematic..
Parents’ Guide to Getting Started with an AAC Device
Your child was just given a new AAC device, now what? One of the hardest parts about beginning to use an AAC device with children, is knowing what to..