People are losing their ability to focus due to the distraction heavy culture we live in today. In the past decade or so, I’ve learned a ton about productivity. I’ve almost gotten obsessed with it at times due to necessity. While getting my undergrad degree, I worked nearly full time for several years. Then, in […]

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Productivity Tips and Tricks for SLPs

I’m so excited you decided to join us! For the next year, every Sunday, you’ll receive an email sent directly to your inbox on a variety of topics related to SLP wellness, work/life balance, planning, productivity tips and strategies, efficient planning and prep, and much more! If you ever want to reach out directly, feel […]

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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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Language Therapy for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students

I.love.sales. And I especially love sales when I’m in the middle of transitioning to a new job! Thanks to Jenna from Speech Room News for always hosting this awesome linky! Check out what is in my cart below! Get some new ideas! Just click on them to check the products out on Teachers Pay Teachers: […]

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Cyber Monday Sale 2015: What’s In Your Cart? Linky

Ch-ch-ch-changes. My life has been stressful lately. The kind of stress you dream about and wake up thinking about. I’m sure I’ll share more later but for now, I think we could all use some positivity to get through some of the busiest months of the year, right? So I thought up the #SLPPositivityChallenge. Here’s […]

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#slppositivitychallenge

1) The Basics There are tons of things you can do that will make your CF easier before you even begin. Apply for jobs early, know what you want, and don’t settle. Focus on the most important thing: learning. Don’t take a job just because of the salary or in a setting you won’t learn […]

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Surviving Your CF

If you’re anything like me, you’re constantly on the search for the “perfect” bag for therapy. Ugh. For me it’s been a never-ending search! Once I love one, the corners start to tear, or I spill something in it and can’t figure out how to clean it. My old favorite bag was a Vera Bradley […]

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Thirty-One Bags for SLPs

Teachers Pay Teachers has changed my life. Without question. Partially because I sell on the site and the extra income fed me through graduate school. But I also buy on Teachers Pay Teachers and that is what I’m talking about today. Us SLPs are an amazing breed of human. We strive each and every day […]

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Why I Love Teachers Pay Teachers

My favorite of favorite ways to find speech therapy ideas, materials, and activities is Pinterest. While you can come up with tons of ideas just following your speech loving friends, following these awesome Pinterest boards will make sure you’re seeing the best, newest, and most creative ideas out there! So get following, and pinning! 1) […]

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Pinterest Boards for SLPs

I recently asked for advice for new SLPs on my Facebook page and the response I got was AMAZING. The feelings I have after starting this new job have been crazy. I love it, but it can definitely feel overwhelming at times! I still sometimes feel bad for the clients who get assigned to me […]

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30 Pieces of Advice for New SLPs

I LOVE apps!! They are so perfect for grab and go sessions, or filling a couple minutes between activities. Recently, I was introduced to I Can Do Apps. These apps are all SUPER affordable, created by an SLP, and really useful! I was lucky enough to check out five of their apps: Following Directions, Object […]

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I Can Do Apps!

Just wanted to take a minute to say that even on those hard days, you are SO appreciated! I love the entire blogging community, both readers and fellow bloggers, and don’t know what I’d do without every one of you! We do important work! Thank you so much for reading Speechy Musings!

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I appreciate you.

a good system shortens the road to the goal.

- orlson marden