Are you one of the super creative SLPs that always has a project going on? The SLP that uses themes for therapy and never has to grab a game at the last minute? If so, this post is most likely not for you.
However, if you are like me, and have lots of ideas but very little carry through, or wind up grabbing whatever game off the shelf at the last minute, or (shudder) end up playing candyland for sessions on end because it’s “so versatile” then keep reading…
Also known as: Therapy, Therapy, Who has the Therapy…
As a school-based SLP it seems as though there are regulations for everything. There are rules for how many days documents can be unfinalized, how many days between meetings, and who can receive services. In fact, North Dakota has adopted speech-language guidelines to help determine who qualifies for services and who doesn’t. These are very thorough and great guidelines written by the Department of Education and a group of SLPs.
A recent discussion on ASHA’s School-Based Issues SIG Forum made me think..are there times when it’s actually illegal to help someone? There may be…
Have you ever wondered what other people use for therapy? Me too! Now, before people think I’m having a massive attack of hubris… Continue reading
Also known as What the heck do we do now I’m tired of Go Fish!
Alternately known as Move over Candyland…The Pirates are Coming!