Are you part of the grammar police? Or, are there times when you wonder yourself, should I use affect or effect? Regardless, it might be a good thing to have the following reminder around, just to make sure. Whether you are writing a blog, an email to a fellow professional or the parent/caregiver of a … More 15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly!
Therapists have difficult jobs often filled with long hours and long nights full of paperwork. So, spring break comes as a much needed break, time with the family, and a time to see how long someone can wear pajamas before it becomes socially unacceptable (I believe the answer is 24 hours). However, there are some ways therapists … More Ways to Make the Therapy Life Easier Over Spring Break
Being a therapist involves creativity, flexibility, and materials. Therapists are encouraged to provide creative material that is individualized for each patient. This process can quickly add up in both time and cost. However, the internet is a wonderful thing that is full of many free materials. Here are some ways to complete therapy on a … More Therapy On A Budget
Stereotypes can be hurtful and based purely off speculation and judgment. However, in the world of speech therapy, stereotypes are often true. Now, you may be that rare breed of speech therapist that none of these apply to, or you may be one that reads this and suddenly feels as if someone in this world … More Signs That You Might Be a Speech Therapist
The countdown for the top 10 presenters for 2015! (Based on courses watched on http://www.videocontinuingeducation.com and http://www.speechtherapypd.com) Our 10th most watched presenter for the year, is Tom Franceschini with his course: Comprehensive Dysphagia Interventions Our 9th most watched presenter is shared with co-presenters, Licia Coceani Paskay & Joy Moeller with their course: Introduction to Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy … More Top 10 Online Video CE Presenters of 2015
The following excerpt is from an interview with Diane Bahr (DB) by Dr. Teresa Signorelli (TS) of Kids A to Z with Dr. T (November, 2014). The entirety of this interview can be found at: http://www.agesandstages.net/qadetail.php?id=41 TS: Finally, as we close our show, would you list your top “Five Fabulous Facts for Families?” DB: Here … More What do parents need to know when feeding their children from 12 to 24-months of age? Plus: Sippy Cups, Bottles, and Straws-Oh My!
TOP 25 COURSES for 2015 COUNTDOWN How many have you taken? They are all on Video On Demand. Watch today or put some of them on your wish list. 25. Teaching Articulation to Special Populations – Linda D’Onofrio 24. Visual Supports for Students with ASD – Lorraine Maida 23. Rehabilitating Your Approach: Cognitive Impairment – … More 25 Top Online CEU Courses of 2015
I have always been intrigued by Augmentative and Alternative Communication. I am very grateful to have had the experience to work with children with various AAC devices in grad school and in the public school system. In his course, Applications of Future Trends in AAC, Lucas Steuber, MA-T, MS, CCC-SLP gives a thorough overview of … More 5 Fun Facts About Applications of Future Trends in AAC
The following is an excerpt from an interview with Diane Bahr (DB) by Dr. Teresa Signorelli (TS) of Kids A to Z with Dr. T (October 2014). This full length Question and Answer session can be found on the Ages and Stages, LLC website at http://www.agesandstages.net/qadetail.php?id=40 TS: Finally, as we close our show would you … More What do parents need to know when feeding their children from birth to 12-months of age?
As a Speech-Language Pathologist, I have always been intrigued by different ways of learning and various ways to teach children to make it more interactive and fun. In her course, Activities that Reach and Teach, Dr. Gale Gorke addresses Active Learning. She shows that “real learning leaves the room.” In addition, Dr. Gorke gives a … More 5 Things Every SLP Should Know About Activities that Reach and Teach