Just a note before we get into it. This is a guest blog post from Amy, another SLP, all about virtual speech therapy organization! 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 […]

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SLP Organization Ideas for Virtual Therapy

I want to start by saying that I sincerely hope this doesn’t make you feel overwhelmed. Instead, realize that real life SLP organization (at least for me!) is messy, involves many different systems, and likely changes a bit year to year. This is okay and this is normal. You’ll likely never set up something that […]

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How I Organize My Speech Therapy Materials

Did you know that there are 300,000 items in the average American home?! That stat is absolutely wild to me. I don’t even want to know the average number of items in a speech room. Minimizing will help you thrive because the less stuff you have, the less time you’ll spend cleaning, organizing, looking for […]

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Decluttering Checklist Freebie for Ultimate Organization

I recently realized that I’ve never officially shared about my file folder bins that I use to store my all-time favorite materials for speech and language therapy. I recently made myself some editable labels to match them and it got me excited about these bins all over again! First things first, I bought everything on […]

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File Folder Bins for Organizing Speech Therapy Activities

I get emails almost every day asking for tips and tricks for storing my Cycles for Phonology Toolkit. While many of you have assembled it used the recommended toolbox, it isn’t a perfect system for all SLPs. In this post, I’m going to share 7 different storage systems. There are way more options than this […]

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Storage Ideas for Your Cycles for Phonology Toolkit

Using student work folders in speech therapy has been a huge time saver and keeps my therapy more organized and on track. Below I’ll share tons of tips, tricks, organization ideas, and storage tips. I’ve been using student work folders consistently for the past few years and finally thought I’d share what’s worked well for […]

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Student Folders: Tips and Ideas for SLPs

There’s few things I hate more than clutter! I find at work, when I have papers, games, files, and materials all over, I feel stressed and everything seems to take longer than it should. Instead, I store as many materials as possible digitally/on my computer. Below I’ll explain a little bit about different systems for […]

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Digital Material Storage for SLPs

One challenge that I’ve found consistently when working with students who utilize AAC is incorporating their symbols into materials. When the team, including myself, does this consistently, I’ve seen huge growth from my students. They love seeing their symbols on their academic materials and it really helps them make that connection between their communication system […]

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AAC Symbol Libraries

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SLP FAQ – Organization

Google Classroom and Google tools are becoming more and more popular in classrooms, but what about SLP usage? In this post I share how to take advantage of Google Sheets for SLPs and how to manage everything in one place!

For the past three years, I’ve relied on Google Sheets for much of my caseload management. Recently, I’ve expanded to using it for more and more including data collection, lesson planning, IEP dates, evaluation timelines and more! I’m going to share with you how I use it and why I love it! For the most […]

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For SLPs, Organization

Google Sheets Templates for SLPs: Organization, Data Collection, Caseload Management

Scheduling that makes sense? No way! That never happens...but it does now! Check out this video about a scheduling method that just plain makes sense.

Coffee, color coding, and scheduling made easy. If you’re looking for a new way to schedule your students this year, this video is for YOU! Check it out below: What do you think? I’m in love! Want tips like this delivered straight to your email inbox? Sign up for my email newsletter below!

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SLP Scheduling

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SLP FAQ – Office Supplies

a good system shortens the road to the goal.

- orlson marden