Explore Speech Language Pathology and more!

No longer an active blog, but good list of other blogs and some free downloadable resources

If your work as a speech language pathologist involves children, you most likely spend at least 48 to 52 hours a year with each client and their family, depending on the setting where you work – school, clinic or in the home.

Playing with words 365: 6 games to get kids up and moving in the speech room, classroom, or home! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

6 Games to Get the Kids Up and Moving Indoors

Playing with words 6 games to get kids up and moving in the speech room, classroom, or home! I love the balloon tennis.

WOW! The Hasbro site has more sheets of characters for Guess Who that you can download. As an SLP, this is one of my favorite therapy games for language skills.

Guess Who Printable Character Sheets (Dinosaurs, G. Joe, Kooky Creatures, Sports, Easter & Littlest Pet Shop)

NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming): Primary Representational Systems

NLP: Primary Representational Systems (Neuro Linguistic Programming)

Hastie To memorize the areas relevant to speech, language and SWALLOWING (Melissa OTs need this). (I love this clickable map!) Oh if only this would have been available when I was in grad school.oh wait we didn't have the Internet in 1978 Hastie

phoneme placement! Would have been so helpful in Phonetics!

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This is a resource for speech pathologists as a reminder for the articulation points for each consonant. It is important to update your memory of these when your discuss phonetic placement with clients.

Social scenarios.

PRAGMATICS: Social scenarios may be easy to find online, but this selection is geared specifically for practicing speech therapy. These social scenarios will help individuals learn how to respond appropriately in different everyday social situations.