Deaf and hard-of-hearing students need language therapy just as much--if not more than--our other speech and language kiddos. This guest post shares a few tips for ways to customize your language therapy for these students so that they can succeed.

Hi, everyone! My name is Greta Abbott, and I am a school SLP in Georgia. I’m starting my 4th year as an SLP, and I have been blessed to have many diverse caseloads already! Today I want to give you some ideas and tips for increasing language skills of pre-K and elementary-age students who are […]

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Birth to 3, Elementary School, Language, Therapy Ideas, Uncategorized

Language Therapy for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students

It’s definitely that time of year where I feel swamped. One of the most time consuming things I do during this time of year is evaluations. So.Many.Evaluations. I work with 3 year olds through 2nd grade so I do a lot of language sample analysis. I love doing them as they provide incredibly useful information, […]

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Elementary School, Freebies, Language, Materials, Musings, Therapy Ideas

Easy Language Sample Analysis

I’ll be honest you guys… this back to school lesson plans product nearly killed me. I think it definitely took the longest to make of anything in my store! I enlisted help from both my brother and my boyfriend to make sure it was finished before I went on vacation… and it was! Phew! If […]

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Articulation, Elementary School, Language, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Speech and Language Therapy Lesson Plans for Back to School & Fall

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