Wordless videos and animated shorts are great for eliciting speech, language, and communication. They are entertaining for individuals of all ages, and are great activities for both speech therapy sessions and at home.
Speech Therapy Ideas
Sequencing Cards were our Best of therapy tool for the month of April! Not only are they easy visuals to make, but they are also customizable to the individual you are working with. We discuss why sequencing is important and relevant to our day-to-day life.
Communication boards are considered a form of low tech AAC. They can be used in conjunction with other AAC systems (like high tech) or in isolation. We discuss tools that you can use to make communication boards yourself, further considerations, and additional free premade options.
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).
Books are great resources because they can be used to target many skills - from receptive language to expressive language to literacy skills to social communication.
Looking for a quick, easy, and free way to practice speech sounds? Check out our Bingo board featuring TH (voiced) initial position words for articulation. It can be used in person or virtually!
Explore how we use music in a variety of ways in our sessions! We love music as a reinforcer, something to request or comment about, and as a topic of conversation.