Carrier Phrases for Increasing Utterances | Sentence Starters with Visuals FREE
FREE carrier phrases ready for you to print and laminate for increasing utterances in your therapy room!
25 Speech and Language Strategies — Speech and Language at Home
25 Speech and Language Strategies Free Printable. Download this free guide for parents of late talkers and children with speech delays. This is also a great reference tool for speech therapists in early intervention, preschool and elementary school settings.
Activity and Choice Boards for Autism
FREE communication boards created by Speech Language Pathologists with years of experience working with Autistic children in educational, clinical and home therapy environments. This "Visual - Choices and Activities" for Autism communication set contains more than 15 high quality, beautifully designed communication boards with speech output (children's voices) and can be used on the free Pogo Boards iPad app. Printable files are also included for a low-tech option! #autism #BHSM #AAC
Schedule Picture symbols for Students with Autism
This is a set of picture symbols to be used with a visual schedule. The icons are geared toward younger children but can be used with older children depending on their developmental/cognitive level. I like to have several sets of these laminated and ready to go at all times so that if an icon goes m...
Making Snow Inside (FREEBIE!)
Autism Tank: Making Snow Inside (FREEBIE!) - Included is a Visual Recipe. Also included in the Freebie are the pictures you would need to make a communication board so your nonverbal kids can request materials throughout the activity.
How to Help a Child with SPD Succeed in Speech Therapy
Comprehending the sensory needs of children with sensory processing disorder allows us to better understand, help, and have more effective sessions.
Cariboo Communication Board Freebie
I wrote a few days ago about how I organize my Cariboo cards for each season. Today I am finally posting the Visual Directions and Communication Boards that I use with my students. I use these