Speech Therapy RSS Feeds
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 - speechtimefun.com
About Site - I enjoy creating activities for SLPs and sharing them with my fellow SLPs. Also I like creating products and sharing ideas for busy SLPs that need a quick tip and trick that will motivate students of all ages!
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 - 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.
About Site - HomeSpeechHome has the best digital speech therapy resources on the web. Find simple information, apps, activities, and more that encourage speech and language development. With a huge shortage of Speech-Language Pathologists we designed our website with information and tools for parents and SLPs alike to help children and adults with communication disorders.
Site - sublimespeech.com
About Site - I’m Danielle Reed, M.S., CCC-SLP. This blog is about spicing up therapy with fun activities, technology, creative resources, and more! Enjoy this fresh little slice of speech & language therapy with a twist!
Site - kcummingsslp.blogspot.com
St. Petersburg, Florida
About Site - I was inspired to start a speech blog to share ideas with other therapists. I hope you enjoy Simply Speech where you can find some great therapy ideas and inspiration. After all, that is why it's here!
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 - 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.
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.
About Site - Making the life of a busy school SLP a bit easier and more beautiful every day. My goal is to share therapy ideas and materials with other SLPs and undergraduate/graduate students in speech-language pathology. My motto is to make life easier and a bit more beautiful for the busy school SLP!
Site - speechiefreebies.com
About Site - Speechie Freebies is a blog where you can find great free resources to use in your speech and language therapy room, for teachers to find speech and language activities to use in the classroom, and for parents to find ideas and ways they can work on their children's speech and language at home.
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 - 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 - speech2u.com
Las Vegas, NV
About Site - I started this blog to explore how I could incorporate a variety of therapy goals into different functional activities. To explore how best to help my clients improve their speech and language skills. And to have fun.
Site - speechsproutstherapy.com
About Site - I love sharing great ideas and creating materials for highly engaging speech therapy sessions that are as much fun for SLP's as they are for the children!
Site - mytoddlertalks.com
Bergen County, NJ
About Site - This blog is about empowering speech therapy products, fun and effective speech therapy services. Also for sharing speech, language, & reading readiness strategies, activities, ideas, and inspiration for parents, educators, and therapists.
Site - talkingkids.org
About Site - I'm Becca Jarzynski, M.S., CCC-SLP, a pediatric speech-language pathologist with a small private practice and a job as a clinical instructor. This blog is everything you wanted to know about your child's speech and language from the perspective of a pediatric speech-language therapist.
Site - languagefix.wordpress.com
About Site - My name is Paul Morris. I’m a Speech and Language Pathologist whose primary objective is to provide concise descriptions of many aspects of learning to point out things I find interesting.
About Site - Home Sweet Speech Room is a speech-language pathology blog with materials, apps, therapy approaches, and much more! I started this blog to share speech and language therapy materials.My clinical supervisors kept commenting about how I had such great and creative materials. I decided I would share those ideas with all of you!
About Site - As a speech-language pathologist for almost 40 years, I am passionate about giving other SLPs, parents, special education teachers the tools they need to implement AAC with fidelity and evidence based practices. I give workshops, provide training to school district staff, speak at national conferences, and provide evaluations for speech-language and AAC.
Site - puttingwordsinyourmouth.com
About Site - I'm Mia McDaniel, a school based SLP of 20 years. I started this blog to share the fun (and craziness and chaos!) of speech therapy and education in general.
Site - erikxraj.com
About Site - My name is Erik X. Raj. I’m a fully certified speech-language pathologist (Ph.D., CCC-SLP) that works with school-aged children and adolescents who have various articulation, language, and fluency difficulties.
Site - pandaspeechtherapy.com
About Site - I am a speech language pathologist working in Texas. My mission with this site is to give parents, teachers, and SLPs valuable tips and resources to encourage carry over of speech and language skills into the classroom, home and community!
Site - slp123.blogspot.com
About Site - I am a school-based speech-language pathologist working with preschool and elementary students. I am a graduate of the University of North Dakota and the University of Iowa. You can find me doing DIY projects, baking goodies (and sharing them), singing, laughing, watching movies, and finding inspiration in everyday things.
Site - beautifulspeechlife.com/blog
About Site - Welcome! I'm Anne Page MS, CCC-SLP, an ASHA certified speech language pathologist. I started Beautiful Speech Life to share my love of speech pathology and education. Providing products, inspiration and tips to free up your time for what you love to do (make a difference) is the mission of Beautiful Speech Life.
Site - sweetsouthernspeech.com
About Site - Hi I'm Ashley Rossi! I'm a speech therapist and blogger at Sweet Southern Speech. On my blog, I share speech therapy ideas and activities I use in my speech room. I also share resources that I create for my Teachers Pay Teachers store as well.
Site - lookslikelanguage.com
About Site - Welcome to Looks like Language which is an SLP blog with tips and freebies for effectively building communication skills with visuals and strategies for diverse groups with special needs.
Site - gravitybread.com
Westchester, New York
About Site - I am a mom, wife, speech language pathologist and children’s book author who loves to cook and bake! I wanted to create a website that incorporated my love for food, parenting and language. I also wanted to include a special needs section given my background in working with children and adults with special needs.
Site - practicallyspeeching.com
About Site - Welcome to "Practically Speeching"! I'm Alexis, and this speech-language pathology blog started as a way to consolidate all of my graduate school lesson plans and activities. I've since graduated and hope that the time I've spent creating, cutting, pasting, and coloring will help you bring some fun to your "speeching"!
About Site - Welcome to Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC. Our mission is to make original theme based materials that are both useful and fun! We strive to make each therapy session for our students both enjoyable and beneficial! We love being Speech - Language Pathologists and we are happy to share our products and blog posts related to our wonderful field of speech therapy with each and every one of you.
Site - myspeechuniverse.com
About Site - Hi! I'm Jen! I'm a speech-language pathologist and blogger at My Speech Universe. I want to help you explore speech and language ideas. I love to provide articulation and language tips as well as visual supports for students with Autism. I also love technology and provide app reviews and tips for how to utilize technology in your speech room.
Site - letstalkspeechblog.com
About Site - Hi! I’m Rachel. I’m an ASHA-certified speech-language pathologist, and have been since 2011. I love sharing therapy ideas that WORK. With a diverse caseload of 80 , it’s my goal to find easy, but effective therapy approaches and then share them with you!
Site - allyallneed.com
About Site - We are ALL Y'all Need - Amy, Laura, and Lisa! We are two sisters and a cousin, an elementary librarian, an SLP, and a PK teacher. We love to share fun ideas for literacy, communication, and lifelong learning.
Site - speech2me.blogspot.com
About Site - With over 20 years of experience in early intervention and school settings, my speech and language practice offers exceptional therapy services in a comfortable, fun environment. Writing this blog has enabled me to expand my repertoire of new and innovative technology through clinical review of products from iPad apps to Speech Buddies
Site - speechdudes.wordpress.com
About Site - The Speech Dudes is a site created and developed by a couple of Speech and Language Pathologists (SLPs). This blog showcases the Edgy Side of Speech Pathology; sharp, profane, but never dull. Sly educators.
Site - pedispeechie.blogspot.com
About Site - My name is Karen, and I am a pediatric Speech- Language Pathologist in Ohio. I started this blog as a way to share my therapy ideas and products, and to connect with other speechies! I absolutely love working with children with highly unintelligible speech, especially those with phonological disorders.
Site - oldschoolspeech.com
About Site - I'm a veteran Speech/Language Pathologist in my 31st year as an SLP. On my blog, you'll find a lot of freebies that I found on TpT(Teachers Pay Teachers) and ways that I have used the material.
Site - speechadventures.com
About Site - Speech Adventures is specifically aimed toward speech-language pathologists and discusses the issues surrounding them. Here, I will be discussing various speech-language therapy ideas and techniques. I’m looking forward to talking about the apps that I’ve developed and reviewing other apps as well. There will be a lots of humor, sharing, and learning.
Site - creativespeechlab.com
About Site - Creative Speech Lab supports professionals and families helping children with speech, language and social skills through creative learning experiences. It is a website helping professionals and families teach children speech, language and social skills in creative ways including theatre, art, cooking and more!
Site - speechchicktherapy.com
About Site - Speech Chick Therapy is run by a private speech language pathologist. It is a blog about the activities used in their sessions. They cover topics from articulation and language to preschool speech to early intervention.
Site - talkinwithtwang.com
About Site - My name is Kristin and I am currently working as an SLP in a rural special-education co-op in Central Texas. I love sharing ideas and learning from other SLPs. I started this blog to have a way to share my experiences, and hopefully to hear from my readers about their experiences.
About Site - Doyle Speech Works is a blog about speech-language pathology and life in New Hampshire. Annie Doyle is an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist with 30 years experience in both education and private practice.
Site - buildingsuccessfullives.com
About Site - The mission of BSL Speech & Language Services is to promote knowledge about pediatric communication disorders, interventions, and neurodevelopmental disabilities while also sharing success stories about children's progress as a result of speech-language therapy.
Site - goldcountryslp.com
Pine Grove, CA
About Site - I am an SLP (Speech-Language Pathologist) and an SLP-preneur and blogger. I very much enjoy guiding and supporting those who are new to the field as well as serving as a supporter to all of my colleagues in general.
Site - sweetspeech.org
About Site - My name is Ashley G. Bonkofsky. I'm an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist. I write this blog to educate readers about the field of speech-language pathology and to empower families to strive toward effective communication in all areas of life. I hope you can find something here that inspires you to learn, to grow, and to talk!
Site - buzzspeech.com
New Jersey, USA
About Site - Hi, I’m Melissa! I am a certified speech language pathologist looking to provide parents with valuable information and activities to improve their children’s speech and language skills. I decided to create this site where parents can come to find easy to understand information regarding speech and language development, resources, and recommendations. I hope the information provided here is useful!
Site - babychatter.com.au/blog-2
About Site - The blog (BabyChatter.com.au) has a large number of worksheets, photographic images, toy and book recommendations and EBooks to help families who are supporting their children’s language development. Lyn firmly believes that successful intervention includes having the right toys, books and (laminated!) resources available for families to use on a daily basis.