How To Stay Organized For The Entire School Year

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Greetings! My name is Kie’rra. I’ve been working as a Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist for 7 years. Since graduate school, I’ve learned the importance of being organized. It has made my life so much easier. As the school year progresses, we are not only responsible for evaluations/treatment and Medicaid, but we have to consult with… Read more »

A Lesson on Teaching Children to Stretch their Sentences

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Classroom Progress Reports | Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services

Sentence stretching is key to helping children improve their verbal and written communication skills. Starting with a simple sentence of just a few words, you can work with students as they revise and expand it into a more comprehensive, interesting statement. Creative Ideas with the 5 Ws Teach children to use the 5 Ws –… Read more »

Tips for the Classroom: Helping Students with the Letter “S”

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Mispronunciation of the “S” sound can be quite common in children who are just learning to speak. “S” is one of the toughest sounds to master, but most youngsters outgrow this challenge in due time. For those who don’t, therapy must be geared toward addressing the specific speech or articulation disorder that’s delaying normal development…. Read more »