Welcome to day 6 of this fun blogiversary celebration! Speechy Musings has been around for a whole year! If you want to see the lineup of giveaways for the blogiversary, check out the post here! There will be 10 days of giveaways so make sure to check back often so you don’t miss anything!
I’m so excited to share my thoughts on the Evidence-Based Practice Quick Reference Binder by Carissa at Home Sweet Speech Room! We decided to do a little material swap because it’s her blogiversary too! So many bloggers must have started in November/December! Check out her post about my Articulation by Theme product here.
We are co-hosting a giveaway for a bundle of both products at the end of the post so keep reading! One lucky reader will win both products!!
The Evidence-Based Practice Quick Reference Binder (EBP Binder for short) is a wonderful resource that I think could benefit so many SLPs who want to implement therapy that will be evidence-based and effective, but don’t have time to read 100 articles to do so!! Carissa has done all of that work for you. I can’t imagine how long it took to create this binder.
So what exactly is in this binder?
Good question. Carissa has compiled tables of EBP articles organized by topic! See below for some example pages:
Additionally, she has included app lists for each topic, and blank app lists so you can continue to add your favorites:
For each topic, she has compiled really handy reference pages containing some of the most important information she found on each topic:
You can see the whole table of contents below:
Overall, I really love this product! There is a reason I printed the entire thing!! I love reading through it when I’m watching TV. It keeps me thinking in an evidence-based way when planning my sessions.
There is a reason this is her number 1 best-selling item! For more information, check out her TpT product post here OR read her blog post, OR watch a video where she takes you on a tour of the product!
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