Have a Happy Easter!

It’s Friday before spring break for us so I am getting all my speech home practice pages together.  I love Super Duper Inc.’s Holiday and Seasonal book for quick open-ended, homework printables.  I always encourage home practice once the child has mastered the skill in our therapy room.  It is so important to begin transferring {Read More…}

Free Speech Therapy Materials for March!

Happy Friday! It’s a Friday, speech therapy freebie kind of day.  Here are 4 freebies to celebrate the month of March! I’m loving these open-end speech therapy materials for March.  I always love having holiday or seasonal themed cards that I can adapt to meet the goals of my students.  (The cards are blank on {Read More…}

Laminator Giveaway (Winner Announced)

Thank you all for entering! I loved reading what you would laminate.   Congratulations to the winner, Mary Powers “I would laminate artic practice sheets and bingo games. Love Laminated materials.” Mary, please email me at heather@heatherspeechtherapy.com with your mailing address! Thank you, again! Happy laminating! It’s March! That means daylight savings time is near! I love {Read More…}

Winter Speech Therapy Bingo Game

Good morning! Well, winter finally made an appearance this week and we are so happy.  It has been unusually dry this year and where I live in California, many people depend on snow fall.  I live near Mammoth Lakes, CA and Mammoth Mountain Ski resort.  Snow is kind of a big deal around here.  Los {Read More…}

Heather’s Soap Notes

Hi Everyone! Here is the form I use for my speech therapy progress notes with each client. Speech Therapy SOAP Note/Progress Note Form

Freebie: SKW Cluster Game for Spring!

Here is a freebie for you.  I made this game for my students working on the SKW 3-element complex clusters.  I needed a home practice activity for one student in particular who was really doing well in speech therapy, but needed more home practice.  So wha-la! I use Jennifer Taps’ model for assessment and therapy {Read More…}

New Speech Therapy Spring Freebie From the blog, “Word to the Wise Speech!”

Happy spring everyone! In honor of today, March 20th, 2013, the first official day of spring, I have an exciting new guest blog post from Sara and Amanda over at the speech therapy blog called, Word to the Wise Speech! If you follow my blog at all, you know how I really like to incorporate seasonal {Read More…}

Working4: App for Reinforcing Behavior & Motivating Kids with Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month!  Here is my review of a fun app by Pyramid called ‘Working4’! I love the iPad because of the many great apps that are available through the iTunes store to use as part of my therapy sessions.  I use apps for two purposes.  I use some apps for reinforcement and {Read More…}

Teaching Speech Sounds at the Isolation and Syllable Levels

I just uploaded some free worksheets I made for teaching speech sounds in isolation (the sound by itself) and in syllables (the sound paired with vowels). I talked about these two levels in my posts titled The Process of Articulation Therapy and Correcting a Frontal Lisp, but since I just added some free worksheets to use at {Read More…}

Teaching Speech Sounds: The Process of Articulation Therapy

Teaching kids how to say speech sounds they can’t produce is called “Articulation Therapy.”  As a speech-language pathologist I assess what sounds need to be learned and then systematically train a child how to produce them.  It is one of the most rewarding things I do.  

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