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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..

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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..

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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..

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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..

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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..

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