Books are one of the best resources for encouraging speech, language, and communication development. The following are some of our favorite books to use in therapy and at home.
Are you looking for ideas for working on speech, language, and/or communication at home or clinical setting? Check out our articles. More resources coming soon!
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.
Wordless videos and animated shorts are great for eliciting speech, language, and communication. They are entertaining for individuals of all ages, and are perfect activities for both speech therapy sessions and at home.
Link to our S Articulation Bundle with multiple BINGO boards included (and more printable/downloadable resources)! For /s/ targets in the initial, medial, and final positions.
Articulation goals with goal bank included in this post! Part of our larger goal bank series. We discuss our Communication Community Goal Writing Formula and how you can use this to write quick and easy artic goals for therapy.
What a child plays with, how they play, and who they play with change and develop as their development progresses. Play skills are important, as are quality play skills goals.
Best board games for speech therapy? We can all agree that there is no point to reinvent the wheel when there are so many great tangible resources out there. Check out our list and ways we use board games to target speech and language skills in therapy and at home (links also included).