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Cognition goals for speech therapy include the areas of attention, memory, problem-solving, executive functions, and using compensatory strategies. Individuals with cognitive-communicative deficits may benefit from speech therapy to address these areas and improve cognitive functioning.
Self-advocacy skills involve effectively communicating one's needs and desires. Areas include: self-awareness, awareness of needs and support, and communication. This can be incorporated into treatment and transition planning.
Holiday-themed activities for speech therapy can include virtual field trips, videos, stories, songs, and arts & crafts!
Activities for stuttering therapy can include open-ended questions, games, reading tasks, and more! Read about how we structure sessions with individuals of all ages.
Fall activities for speech therapy include books, themes, and activities. Use them all fall long with individuals of all ages and abilities.
Thanksgiving-themed activities that can be used in speech therapy, occupational therapy (OT), or even in the classroom are always a hit! These are simple, meaning there’s little to no prep work needed! They are also great for targeting a variety of speech, language, and communication skills.
Halloween activity targeting various parts of speech! Fill in the blanks to complete this silly seasonal worksheet! Print out or annotate for digital use.
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