May is the hustle and bustle month for most SLPs. A gazillion IEP reviews and re-evals are all due in this one month. We are tired. We are counting the days until the summer break. Not because we are lazy but because we have given our all for the
How to use 5 Little Pumpkins In Speech Therapy. I love finger plays and songs when working with preschoolers. Being retired, I now use my SLP knowledge and my love of embroidery to create pretty, fun, and useful things for working with your students or your own children/grandchildren. I
Here are the five (5) best tips for working with preschools from SLPs across the nation. It doesn’t matter how much experience you have as an SLP, if you are thrown into a setting where you will be working with a population, that you’ve never worked with before, it is terrifying.