A visual for parents/peers to use and remember when speaking with a child who stutters. This visual includes 5 tips: don't complete the speaker's sentences, slow your own rate, reduce speaking demands, be sensitive to your child's reactions but do
Working with children who love Play-Doh? Find yourself re-directing and reminding children to play appropriately with play-doh? This visual chart supports and reinforces positive play with Play-Doh! Sets of 3 colored or black-and-white tokens, with
Practice producing /s/ with forward airflow by shaping production from /t/. Have children repeat "ta, ta, ta, ta, tttssss" with this fun visual product. Emphasize the difference between the popping popcorn and the one that is "sizzling." The sizzle
Whose Track is That? Match the footprint tracks to the animal or item. Helpful for targeting beginner level inferencing as children practice drawing conclusions based on background knowledge and visual cues.
This product outlines some of topic areas that may be addressed by an SLP during an initial early speech-language assessment.
This visual aims to list some common areas of concern to assist parents in identifying areas they may like assessed and