Awesome Apps to Help with Speech-Language Therapy

Awesome Apps to Help with Speech-Language Therapy

Recently, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association stated that speech therapy mobile applications have some benefits on children using them. Some speech therapy apps are appropriate in an educational setting, while others are incorporated into clinical therapy...
Back to School: 10 Tips for Students Who Stutter

Back to School: 10 Tips for Students Who Stutter

Working with children, you’re well-versed in the challenges posed by stuttering. You know how it erodes confidence and self-worth. When stammering children feel inferior to classmates, they can withdraw. Poor self-regard can also hinder learning. You can be of immense...
Find the Best Therapist Career in a School Setting

Find the Best Therapist Career in a School Setting

Professional therapists looking for new employment should consider choosing school-based positions. This type of position is ideal because it offers a dynamic environment which will boosts skills and knowledge. One will also have an opportunity to influence the lives...
Preparing to Go Back to School as a Speech Therapist

Preparing to Go Back to School as a Speech Therapist

As a speech therapist working with school-aged children, you are probably quite familiar with the excitement and anxiety students experiences the beginning of each school year. Even if you work during the summer months, August and September are probably two of the...
Know How to Help Students with ADHD

Know How to Help Students with ADHD

Having a child in the educational setting who has ADHD can be challenging for a teacher. Often, these children have trouble paying attention in class or may fidget and make it hard for the other students to pay attention as well. Many parents choose to put a 504 plan...
Importance of Occupational Therapy in a School Setting

Importance of Occupational Therapy in a School Setting

From an improper grasp of a pencil, to difficulty using scissors – delays in fine motor skills are prevalent in the classroom. While teachers are often the first to notice, they may not have the appropriate training or resources to recognize and address these...