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Clearly Organized Therapy Materials

Sometimes it’s the little things that make me happy.  Take for instance, my newest organizational tool for my cards…it puts a smile on my face every time I look at it! You may be thinking, “But it’s just another box of boxes”.  Technically, yes, it is, but there are a few unique qualities about it […]

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Picture Frame Dry Erase Board

Cheap and Easy Dry Erase Boards

What’s more fun than paper and pencil and will keep your students actively participating in your sessions?  Individual dry erase boards!  But I’m not talking about the kind you order online or pay too much money for at the office supply store.  I’m talking cheap, versatile, and super easy to find. What are they?  Picture […]

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Best Deal on Continuing Education for Speech Pathologists

Before the hectic pace of a new school year begins, I’ve decided to get some continuing education credits under my belt.  My favorite way to get a ton of credits for the least amount of money is through the website SpeechPathology.com. I have used this website since 2007 and can’t recommend it enough. I love […]

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Start the New Year with Visual Goals

“Do I have to do this f-o-r-e-v-e-r?” groaned Johnny. “We have to do that again?” whined Susie. Do you ever hear anything like this? Even though I find most students enjoy coming to “speech”, they don’t want to work on the same goal with no end in sight. Who does, right? If they have a […]

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Making it Easier

I love it when I find something that can make my job easier. And I love sharing it with you even more! I have recently come across a website that makes creating your own materials much faster and easier. You can make customized dice, crossword puzzles, game boards, dominoes, and more in just a few […]

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Start out Right

For many of us, this is the start of a new school year.  For others of us, it’s just another week of therapy.  Either way, this post can apply to starting a new school year or beginning therapy with a new client. One of the best pieces of advice I was given after having my […]

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