Birth to Three, Speech & Language, Uncategorized

31 for 21: Standardized Testing (Part 4 – Emotions)

The past few posts I've discussed why we use standardized testing to examine communication in children with Down syndrome. Despite the various pros and cons of testing, what I want to make very clear is this - No person can be defined by a test. We are more than our abilities and weaknesses. As parents… Continue reading 31 for 21: Standardized Testing (Part 4 – Emotions)

Birth to Three, Elementary, Jr. & Sr. High, Post-Secondary, Therapy Activities, Therapy Tools

A Few (more) of My Favorite Things – Treatment Activities, Web Site Edition

If you could peer into the day of a pediatric speech-language pathologist, it would be filled with many different activities. Phone calls, report writing, parent counseling, material making, physician consultation...oh, and actually treating children with communication/feeding disorders. I will be the first to admit that I work in the most clinically supportive environments ever. My coworkers… Continue reading A Few (more) of My Favorite Things – Treatment Activities, Web Site Edition

Ages and Stages, Assistive Technology, Birth to Three, Elementary, Jr. & Sr. High, Post-Secondary, Speech & Language, Therapy Activities, Therapy Tools, Tips and Tricks

The stars at night were big and bright! NDSC San Antonio Handouts

 I would like to thank ALL who came out to my presentation on Sunday, "Reaching for the STARs: Speech therapy and research working together." It was an amazing turn-out, especially at the end of the day on Sunday! Thank you for making it a great session. Attached are my slides and the two resources as promised. The one handout is… Continue reading The stars at night were big and bright! NDSC San Antonio Handouts