Evidence-based practice in speech-language pathology is vital for effective practice. It involves three main parts: client perspectives, clinical expertise, and evidence (internal and external). In this article, we will dive into each of these areas.
Neurodiversity and neurodiversity-affirming approaches continue to be an important topic in the speech-language pathology (SLP) community. This article covers what this approach entails and the actionable steps you can take to become a more neurodiversity-affirming therapist.
Categories in speech therapy are commonly targeted as they are one aspect of vocabulary development, which is often an area of need for individuals with receptive and/or expressive language delays or disorders.
FREE making inferences worksheet included in this post! Read for more information about strategies for teaching and targeting inferences in speech therapy sessions or the classroom.
Following directions is a common receptive language skill in speech therapy. It is seen in standardized tests, curriculum standards, and speech therapy goals. Read more about how to write following directions goals in order to target critical skills effectively.
AAC Awareness Month is celebrated in October each year. It began as a way to raise awareness about augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). Read more for general AAC info and ways to get involved.
Themed speech therapy lesson plans allow you to streamline your work while also providing effective intervention. Read about why themed lesson plans are great and find 4 fall-themed lessons!