Parent Friendly Bell Curve Freebie | Speechy Musings
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Favorite Spoons for Feeding Therapy
As a feeding therapist, I've seen my fair share of spoons. Below are the ones that I've found most useful over the years. Every spoon below is not only made in the USA, but also designed by a speech and/or occupational therapist with specific feeding therapy goals in mind:
Yes No Questions (Speech Therapy, Autism, Special Education, etc.) 30 Flashcards
Need materials to help students answer basic yes – no questions? Develop this…
What SLPs Need to Know About the Medical Side of Pediatric Feeding
Pediatric feeding problems come in all shapes and sizes. They tend to be complicated and often result from a combination of factors. This can make effective treatment challenging for the feeding therapist. A feeding problem is defined as “The failure to progress with feeding skills. Developmentally, a feeding problem exists when a child is ‘stuck’ in their feeding pattern and cannot progress.”
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Winter speech therapy: shoveling snow out of the bin and finding words to describe or practice. Stamp after completing words.
Oral Care/Oral Hygiene
The Importance of Oral Care With a patient that has been made NPO (Nothing Per Oral) , the importance of strict oral care cannot be emphasized enough when providing patient’s and...
Blog Speech and Language at Home — Speech and Language at Home
SLPs and parents can learn simple strategies and activities to develop a child’s speech and language at home.