This one-page handout is perfect for sending home with your families as Summer homework. Just write in the skill(s) you want the client to practice at home and how you want the parent to cue it. That’s it! This form is now editable so you can type your instructions to the parents right into the PDF and then email it home. Or, print it out and send it in the backpack.
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This list will explain the different types of stutters or disfluencies, including which ones are typical vs. atypical. This can be helpful when helping a client identify their own stuttering and learn about the types of stuttering that they are prone to.
A handy guide for parents or teachers of young children that discusses why they should eliminate pacifiers and other noxious oral habits.
This is a list of red flags to look for that indicate that a child may have speech or language delays that need to be checked by a speech-language pathologist.
This handout is great for giving to educators who are not sure what we do or how we do it. Use this to start a conversation about what you can
This checklist of red flags will let you know if a child is at risk for having a communication delay and therefore needs further evaluation/screening.
Use this list of red flags to help a teacher or parent identify if a child has red flags or warning signs for having a communication delay.
This is a list of red flags for communication skills in a 2-year-old. Share this with teachers to know what to look for in a 2-year-old who may have communication