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Speech Therapy Christmas Trees

Target any speech or language goal with our speech therapy Christmas tree ideas.

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Free Speech Therapy: Snow

Make the most out of this cold weather with our free speech therapy snow idea

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Response To Intervention Materials

Make your professional life easier with our response to intervention materials!

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Answering questions

Hi, I have a 19 year old autistic son who has great difficulty answering questions. He also mixes pronouns (I,you) although if you tell him to correct

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Discipline Special Needs Children

Tips and techniques for parents who need to discipline speech needs children.

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Parenting Tips

Find lots of parenting tips to help your special needs child!

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Speech Therapy Application

I am a college student working with an entrepreneurship team to create a low cost speech therapy application. This application will have a base price of

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Reading To Toddlers

Reading to toddlers is crucial for language development. Make it count!

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Speech Therapy Spanish Flashcards

Print off our speech therapy Spanish flashcards and use them in therapy or send them home for articulation practice.

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Receptive Language Skills

What is receptive language? Finding all the answers you have been looking for!

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Bridget is an ASHA certified, practicing speech language pathologist. She is passionate about providing parents with information on child speech and language development as well as provide functional, easy activities to do at home! Parents have the power to make a real difference.

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