I’ve been designing speech therapy materials since 2012 and am passionate about both SLP effectiveness and wellness.
I started Speechy Musings my first year in graduate school as a way to share my SLP experiences, musings, and creative therapy ideas with other SLPs. 8 years later, I’m still at it!
My resources combine my years of experience as an SLP with my love for research articles. I'm most passionate about literacy, AAC, and language interventions.
I create speech therapy resources for busy pediatric slps who want to be effective at their jobs without sacrificing their personal lives.
Possibly the BEST MONEY I'VE SPENT ON TPT and that is saying something!! So happy to have this comprehensive resource with everything AAC in one place. Easy for me to share and help parents and kids embark on the AAC journey.
- Verified Customer | Early Childhood - 3rd Grade
"BEST MONEY I'VE SPENT ON TPT and that is saying something"
This was an amazing resource to have during distance learning! I love how systemic the product is at taking students step-by-step through building complex sentences. This product made my life so much easier- thank you!
- Emily B. | 4th + 5th Grade
"This was an amazing resource to have during distance learning!"
WOW! I know I say this with every Speechy Musings resource, but this product was so thorough, engaging, and practical. I can use it for almost every goal on my entire caseload (which is quite broad). I love that I can do themed therapy, which is fun for kids, but it requires no prep or frill.
- Maria K. | K - 5th Grade
"this product was so thorough, engaging, and practical."
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AAC Implementation Toolkit: Training, Handouts, Data Sheets, and More!
No Prep Articulation Printables Using High Frequency Words Bundle for SLPs
Vocabulary Worksheets for Speech Therapy: One Sheet, Digital, Uses Real Pictures
Systematic Sentence Combining: Target Syntax in Speech Therapy!
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WH questions come up a lot in pediatric language therapy! They’re really functional and seem to be easily noticed as a weakness by teachers and parents. I wanted to share a few thoughts when targeting WH questions as well as a few of my favorite resources for targeting WH questions at a variety of language […]
I wanted to take a step back from my usually speech/language blog posts to chat about something I love very much: fonts. 😂 For the past 8+ years, I’ve spent a significant amount of my time designing and developing printable resources for SLPs. In that time, I’ve learned a ton and have developed an opinion […]
Just a note before we get into it. This is a guest blog post from Amy, another SLP! You can find Amy’s SLP Facebook page here. WOW – It’s almost December of what is surely the most unusual (I’ll refrain from using 2020’s most overused word unprec…) year of our SLP careers. Maybe you are […]