Pediatric Communication Therapy

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Pediatric Communication Therapy
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This is a specific-but-quick questionnaire that can be handed to both teachers and parents to determine the Speech/Language areas of concern. I have found this questionnaire to greatly eliminate confusion about Speech and/or Language concerns
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This is an interactive PowerPoint lesson explaining the definition of a "superlative." This lesson provides a few practice items,however it is designed to teach the meaning of a superlative, after which you would hand out your own worksheet or
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This PowerPoint lesson focuses on the qualitative meaning of "more," "less," and "same." Each explanation contains concrete examples as well as practice items. This lesson is made to use with a SMART Board but can also be printed out. The slides
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This lesson explains the phonological deviancy pattern of Initial Consonant Deletion (FCD). It explains, demonstrates, and provides practice items on how to determine if a word should have an initial sound" (i.e., consonant) versus not. Finger
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An articulation game that allows students to receive abundant practice while working on the "f" sound in the word-initial position. The student picks a card, shakes the dice, repeats the word/phrase/sentence a specific number of times before moving
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This lesson explains the phonological deviancy pattern of Final Consonant Deletion (FCD). It explains, demonstrates, and provides practice items on how to determine if a word should have a "final sound" (i.e., consonant) versus not. Hand movements
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This lesson explains the phonological deviancy pattern of Prevocalic Voicing. It explains, demonstrates, and provides practice items on how to determine if a word begins with an "ON" or an "OFF" sound. Placing one hand on the front of your neck
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3.8
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This activity's focus is on the phonological error pattern of "Stopping." This PowerPoint lesson can be used on a SMART Board or printed out. "Stopping" is explained and a kinesthetic approach to identifying when "stopping" is or is not occurring.
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This case history form can be completed by the Speech/Language Pathologist during a live/phone interview or mailed directly to the student's caregiver. The information acquired here should point the Speech/Language Pathologist in the direction of
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This questionnaire is an outline of what I ask my fellow staff members when lesson planning for Speech/Language therapy. Unless the teacher would prefer to have this questionnaire handed to him/her, I would sit down or call the teacher to ask
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An articulation game that allows students to receive abundant practice while working on the "f" sound in the word-medial position. The student picks a card, shakes the dice, repeats the word/phrase/sentence a specific number of times before moving
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Place all leaves upside down (so only the number on the back of each leaf can be seen) on the floor. Have a student shake the dice or choose a number card (depending on what you are using). Have him or her find the leaf with that number on the back
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How many of you remember trying to figure out which symbol meant "greater than" and "less than?" This PPT lesson uses visuals to help young students remember the nuances of the >, <, and = symbols. Besides talking the students through the
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This activity can be used as a PowerPoint/SMARTBoard activity or it can be printed out and used as a hard copy. Many of my Speech/Language students have great difficulty understanding the concepts of BEFORE and AFTER as it relates to numbers
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An articulation game that allows students to receive abundant practice while working on the "f" sound in the word-final position. The student picks a card, shakes the dice, repeats the word/phrase/sentence a specific number of times before moving
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This PowerPoint activity can be used on a SMART Board for whole-group instruction with practice slides to do individually or as a group. The activity initially uses pictures while explaining what "Association" means and then fades the visual
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Place all leaves upside down (so only the number on the back of each leaf can be seen) on the floor. Have a student shake the dice or choose a number card (depending on what you are using). Have him or her find the leaf with that number on the back
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This game is played like the old, $25,000 Pyramid game. One student will be “the guesser” and one will give the clues. Only the person yelling out clues can look at the board. You will need: a stopwatch or timer, SMART Board and its markers, or a
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This activity can be used as a PowerPoint/SMARTBoard activity or it can be printed out and used as a hard copy. Many of my Speech/Language students have great difficulty understanding the concepts of BEFORE and AFTER as it relates to a sequence of
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Each flower pedal denotes a sound in each word (some pedals will have 2 letters on it but they represent 1 sound (e.g., ai = “long ‘a’”). You can have your students cut the pedals apart from a center and build the words by reassembling the pedals
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Worked with students Pre-K to 5th grade for over 23 years. I have had my own private practice as well as working onsite. My latest endeavor is providing speech/language therapy using telepractice! I so enjoy working with others from the comfort of my own home!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Multisensory. I incorporate as many visuals and concrete examples as possible into each lesson.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Invited to present information about Teletherapy at the UW-Madison, I have written an article that was chosen to be published in ASHASphere, and I was recently awarded a mentorship through ASHA's S.T.E.P. program.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1989 with my Master's Degree in Communicative Disorders. Attended the Mentor Training Program in San Diego, CA provided by Michelle Garcia-Winner herself (through Social Thinking Publications).

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I have two grown children of my own. I enjoy reading, walking, and listening to a variety of music. My hobby is making my own soap as well as creating decorative, concrete rhubarb leaves with inspirational inserts that I hand sculpt and paint.

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