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

We all have plenty of digital speech therapy materials, now how do we get them organized? 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 […]

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For SLPs, Organization

How To Organize Digital Speech Therapy Materials

This semester I’m trying to revamp how I take and keep data! To do this, I searched and searched through Teachers Pay Teachers for data sheets by other SLPs! Always great when you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. I found tons and tons of great, FREE data sheets and thought I’d share my collection […]

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Freebies, Materials

FREE Data Sheets Round-Up

Every December I get way too excited to pick out next year’s planner. I am weird about my planner and pretty much carry it with me everywhere! I have not at all adapted to having an electronic calendar and still write every single thing down. Erin Condren Planners for SLPs I wanted to share my […]

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For SLPs, Reviews

Erin Condren Planners for SLPs

I’ve had some requests for an organization FAQ! Sigh… caseload management and data collection. A necessary but sometimes not as fun part of our jobs. I’m kind of obsessed with the system I came up with last year to keep organized, so I thought I’d share it with you in case you’re in need of […]

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Freebies, Materials, Organization, Therapy Ideas

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

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Materials, Organization

SLP Organization – Binders, Bins, and Bags!

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

Because I’m still in graduate school, I won’t pretend to know anything about organizing materials for a school based SLP, BUT I do have a pretty good system for myself in school! Overview: I use one or two binders for all of my classwork. I either put all of them in one binder, or separate […]

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Freebies, Graduate School

Make It Look Good! Organizational Freebie

a good system shortens the road to the goal.

- orlson marden