Fake snow is an engaging and easy-to-make therapy tool for the winter season. This post features ways to make and use fake snow for therapy, home, or in the classroom.
In our experience, effective organization has become a key component to being a successful clinician/instructor (or caregiver for that matter). Our ‘Best of’ for July highlights some of the ways we stay organized and links to some of our favorite products.
Well-written pediatric voice goals are essential for successfully managing voice disorders and maintaining vocal hygiene in children. In this post, we will cover writing pediatric voice goals following our Communication Community Goal Writing Formula! At the end, check out our goal bank as well.
An individual has a voice disorder when their vocal pitch, quality, and/or loudness are different from what is expected. Many children who have voice disorders can improve these features through treatment from a speech-language pathologist (SLP).
Emily is a pediatric physical therapist who resides and works in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. She shares some of her professional experiences with us since receiving her doctorate of physical therapy, including co-authoring her first research publication!