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Site - blog.asha.org/category/slp
About Site - The ASHA Leader Blog is the official blog of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. It is intended to inspire discussion about issues related to the fields of audiology and speech-language pathology, and features posts from a variety of authors, including communication sciences and disorders (CSD) professionals and ASHA staff.
Site - thespeechroomnews.com
About Site - My name is Jenna Rayburn, M.A.,CCC-SLP. I use this space of the internet to share the news from my speech room to yours! The information contained in this blog is meant to be used as a helpful resource for Speech/Language Pathologists looking for treatment activities to support their therapy.
Site - thedabblingspeechie.com
About Site - Hey, I'm Felice Clark a.k.a The Dabbling Speechie! This website is for speech and language pathologists who are looking for tools and resources that provide creativity and engagement for their little speechies.
Site - speechymusings.com
About Site - Speechy Musings is a fun blog all about speech, language, and communication! It is written by Shannon Lisowe, a speech-language pathologist who has worked in outpatient pediatrics and an elementary school. Stay up to date on motivating, functional therapy ideas THAT WORK, all while having fun yourself!
Site - speechtherapytalk.com
About Site - My name is Bridget Giraldo, M.S., CCC-SLP and I am a licensed, ASHA certified, speech language pathologist. Currently, I work public schools and also see children and adults privately. Speech Therapy Talk Blog makes sure you stay up-to-date with an all-inclusive resource on speech therapy, speech and language development, and ideas of how to help your child at home.
Site - speechpeeps.com
About Site - Welcome! I'm Nicole Allison, a speech language pathologist who LOVES creating some fun in during therapy! I create engaging, educational materials to help busy SLPs be able to spend more time at home with families, instead of recreating the wheel.
Site - speechtherapyideas.com
About Site - - This website is a place for Speech-language Pathologists to find and share ideas and materials. Although the focus of this website is pediatrics, some ideas, such as organization and data collection, can apply to all areas of our field.
Site - blog.slpnow.com
About Site - Hi there! I'm Marisha, and I am a school-based speech language pathologist. I blog all about organization and time-saving tips for SLPs. I also created a membership to save SLPs so. much. time! I love to share tips and tricks to make your job easier. Let's help each other to work smarter (NOT harder)!
Site - speechbloguk.com
About Site - Two British Speech Therapists blogging about all things Speech and Language. The reason they started both the blog and the Facebook page, is to help people find information and free resources that might be useful to them.
Site - praacticalaac.org
About Site - PrAACtical AAC supports a community of professionals and families who are determined to improve the communication and literacy abilities of people with significant communication difficulties. It was founded in 2011 by two SLP professors, Carole Zangari and the late Robin Parker, around a shared passion for AAC.
Site - blog.slptoolkit.com
About Site - SLP Toolkit provides an innovative web-based kit loaded with the tools needed to guide the practice of SLPs, allowing them to shift the priority from paperwork to the student and select treatment goals that are supportive of curriculum and grounded in best practice.
Site - crazyspeechworld.com
About Site - I'm Jenn and I LOVE being an SLP. I have always worked in the schools, which is right where I want to be. I've been blogging and creating therapy materials since 2012.
Site - thespeechbubbleslp.com
About Site - My blog, The Speech Bubble SLP, is written for other SLPs and related professionals. I share practical information and materials that SLPs can use to help their students reach their goals while not spending forever to plan and put them together.