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Teletherapy is taking the therapy world by storm, and it's not hard to see why. These days, our children know more about technology than most of us do, and it's been part of their environment from birth. Add to that the fact that using technology is super fun and conve...



Almost 12 years ago, I became a certified Speech-Language Pathologist. My first job out of graduate school was working in pediatrics in a hospital setting. On the very first day of my career, I learned that I would be taking over a caseload made up almost entirely of...



If you’re anything like me, you’re always looking for new ways to help your young child learn important academic skills such as number and letter identification, rhyming skills, problem-solving skills and more. More times than not, I invest a lot of money into what I...

In my practice in Tallahassee, Florida, I provide speech and language therapy in natural learning environments. Natural learning environments describe intervention that takes place in typical settings for infants and toddlers without disabilities (Paul & Roth, 2011). N...


     The night before the scheduled surgery to place Pressure Equalization tubes in my daughter's ears, I sat and wondered, was I doing the right thing? I looked through the short list of words I had typed into my phone that she could say. There were 9 in all. Dada,...

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Therapist to Parent, and Back Again; Lessons Learned as an SLP Raising a Child with a Speech Impairment

June 13, 2015

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