Posts Tagged ‘SLP’

Top 6 Questions Asked by SLPs During COVID-19

As an educational community, many of us are venturing into an unknown world of distance learning and are adapting to meet family and student needs on the fly. School districts are expanding to an online instructional model where students are attending speech and language sessions from their new...

Building Communication Competence through Milieu Speech-Language Therapy

Speech and language therapy treatment is typically viewed in two ways: pull-out versus push-in. Pull-out therapy occurs outside of the student’s classroom for an allotted amount of time, typically without his or her peers, while push-in therapy, in the school setting, is when services are...

Finding David’s Space

I want to share a story from my recent experience or, more accurately, a story about the long journey leading to the experience. As I’m sure many of you know, the job of a speech-language pathologist is hard sometimes, but those challenging days also make the work overwhelmingly worthwhile. I’m...