Welcome Fellow SLPs!
I created this site to help other fellow SLP's create easy home programs. I, for one, have a hard time keeping up on the research, planning for sessions, taking data, and doing paperwork. There is little to no time left to create home programs!
However, after working in both private practices and schools, I realized that a good home program can really help carryover and speed up progress! Therefore...I thought, why don't I create a site where materials are functional and easy to find! No more endless worksheets that never seem to make their way home or back to me :)
We are piloting a new secret Facebook group for our members only. It is a safe and secure place to ask questions, share ideas, vent, and more! Both parents and therapists are part of this group.
If you are interested, please email us at email@example.com!
In this section, we have started creating blank schedules to help parents with children who may have a hard time transitioning between activities. I also use this section to help encourage parents to work on sequencing skills, vocabulary, and WH questions. Enjoy!
We have created documentation templates in Google Drive. There are templates for both school and private practice documentation.
We have created videos explaining how to use each template and then a link so you can save a copy to your own Google Drive and adjust to make them fit your needs. Please don't share these templates with all of your friends. They are for members only. Thanks!
This is a BIG section and my favorite. In it, you will find parent handouts explaining the basics of articulation therapy, how to practice at home, and then materials for the word, sentence, and conversational level of practice for all phonemes.
Working on it as we speak!
Parent education is one of the most important roles we, speech therapists, play! With all the junk on the internet, parents need to be given research based information. I get so frustrated by the quick fixes out there that play on parent's fears, cost a lot of money, and don't help!
We are busy creating easy to understand print-outs in both English and Spanish. This section is growing all the time. Keep checking back!