Review: The Communicrate

How valuable is your time? Really think about this question. You are a busy pediatric speech-language pathologist, a parent, an educator, a caregiver and you spend hours of your time in the service of others. In addition to your hectic work schedule, you may come home...

Review: Blast Off Board

Sometimes, motivating our clients and children can be a challenge. So I am always looking for new toys and tools to use that will keep kids engaged while we are working toward their speech goals. Through the magic of the internet, I was introduced to the Blast Off...

PWP: Speech Sounds + Bonus Book Review

Children learn to say sounds correctly by listening and hearing the people around them speak. Speech sounds, sometimes called phonemes, are acquired and mastered at all different ages. For instance, the /p/ phoneme develops early for children, and we often hear it as...

Review: My Little House

I am continually amazed at the work of my speech-language pathologist colleagues. They work tirelessly to ensure a quality of life for multitudes of people with communication challenges and differences. My role and work as a pediatric SLP has taught me the importance...

Review: ABC’s of Active Learning

As a pediatric speech therapist, I wear many hats. One hat I sometimes wear is that of a literacy interventionist. Literacy refers to any reading or writing skills.  Children with speech and language delays often have difficulty with literacy skills as well.  Children...

Review: Bloom Box

Starting my pediatric speech therapy practice has been both exciting and challenging. I have been fortunate to have a lot of support from my network as well as a fantastic Facebook group for other independent clinicians. That’s where I first learned about Bloom...