Stuttering 101: Red Flags for Stuttering

Red Flags for Stuttering

Welcome back! Today we’ll be talking about the red flags that could indicate a child who has begun to stutter may continue to do so. This is the second post in Stuttering 101: A Series on Fluency Disorders for Parents, Teachers and SLPs. If you haven’t already done so,...

Stuttering 101: What is stuttering?

Stuttering 101: A Series

Fluency disorders are the reason I became a speech – language pathologist. The nature of the disorder, the amount of individualization and level of counseling required for stuttering treatment, not to mention the amazing courage and strength of people who stutter fascinated me enough in my freshman year of college...

3 Organization Tips for SLPs

Thanks to The Frenzied SLPs for hosting this organization linky party. I’m excited to share 3 organization tips I use daily to help keep me on time, prepared and on my game. Come on in! On Time I was raised with the understanding that being on time was actually showing...

New Year Prayer for the SLP

New Year Prayer for SLPs

Tomorrow morning, this peaceful playground will be trampled by little feet that belong to happy children returning from winter break. I hope the students will be full of tales of new toys and tasty treats and holiday memories. They will have new clothes and adventures to share. They will be...

Language with Gingerbread Houses

I recently had the pleasure of decorating gingerbread houses with one of my best friends and her kids, Little Man (8) and Lil’ Bit (5). Target’s Archer Farms brand sells these amazing kits where the house is already constructed. They also had some color coordinated candy kits for decoration....