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  • goals
  • objectives

IEP Goals and Objectives for the Speech Therapist

Writing specific, measurable goals can be challenging! In this post we share our formula and tips for writing awesome goals and objectives!

By: Sarah

  • BHSM

Top 5 Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM) 2019 Deals!

Each May, Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM) provides an opportunity to raise awareness about communication disorders and the SLPs and Audiologists who provide treatment in this area. It is also a time to snag some amazing deals! Read on to find out the top five deals we've found for BHSM May 2019.

By: Lisa

  • progress monitoring
  • criterion-referenced test
  • rubric

Build Your Own Progress Monitoring Tests and Rubrics

SLP Toolkit has hundreds of built in progress monitoring tools, however, there may be a time when you need a specific test or rubric to measure progress on a student's goal. Now you can create custom progress monitoring tools! Read on to find out how!

By: Sarah

  • RTI
  • Articulation

RTI and MTSS for Speech Sound Disorders

Using an RTI or MTSS model to address speech sound disorders in a school setting can help SLPs work on speech errors within critical neurological sound acquisition periods that might be missed if we wait for an IEP. Read on and listen to our podcast with Laurel Bruce on this topic to learn more!

How can I get the data I need to write a comprehensive IEP present level?

Writing comprehensive present levels is hard...but we found a way to make it easy!

By: Sarah

  • Articulation
  • Podcast

We have been interpreting the articulation norms all wrong.

According to a new speech sound, infographic children should be able to produce /r/ by age 5! What does this mean for school-based SLPs? Check out our latest podcast episode to find out!

By: Sarah

  • diversity
  • cultural awareness

Black Mermaids are Real: Improving Cultural Competence in Speech Therapy

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) defines cultural competence as "understanding and appropriately responding to the unique combination of cultural variables and the full range of dimensions of diversity that the professional and client/patient/family bring to interactions." In this post, guest author Maria Dixon, M.A. CCC-SLP, shares how to incorporate fairy tales featuring characters with brown skin to not just address speech-language goals but also to support and encourage conversation about diversity in the speech room.
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