There has been a big shift in school districts wanting Speech Pathologists to adopt push-in speech therapy services for their caseloads. It is very easy to tell SLPs to use this model, but without guidance, this process feels overwhelming. And as SLPs in the trenches, we know that when implementing a new model or approach, many conflicts can arise that impact delivering collaborative services well.
Using YouTube videos in speech therapy has been such a time saver for lesson planning. Some weeks or months are filled with paperwork, meetings and assessments. During those busy times, I try to find no prep or low prep therapy materials to target my students’ goals. Winter YouTube videos for speech therapy are the perfect […]
Do you need Valentine’s Day activities for your next speech therapy session? Planning can feel very overwhelming when you have a large caseload, mixed groups and LOTS of assessments/IEP meetings. For some reason, my February month is FILLED with IEPs and assessments. It is going to be busy. Thankfully, I have a lot of Valentine’s […]
In episode #6, Real Talk SLP interviews Jenn Westmoreland from Crazy Speech World. We had a great discussion about how to deal with outrageously, big caseloads. So many SLPs are faced with a large caseload. Many have asked administration for support. Some get the support and others are left to manage unruly caseload sizes. Jenn […]
When it comes to planning therapy, SLPs want the lessons to be relevant to their students, aligned with best practices and engaging! That can be kind of tricky with our younger students. Over the years, I discovered that sensory bins are an effective therapy material that covers a lot of goals and keeps hands busy. […]