How 2013 Taught Me To Be a Better SLP

Posted on February 10, 2014 by Meredith Mitchell | 0 Comments

We have successfully completed another year owning a private practice in a location that is densely populated with speech language pathologists. And by "we" I mean myself and my husband. We are imp...

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Posted in Compassion, Measurement, Practice (learning method)

Happy Holidays from abcteach

Posted on February 10, 2014 by Family Learning Depot | 0 Comments

Happy Holidays from abcteach. We hope you have a wonderful holiday season with family and friends. Enjoy your traditions and making new memories. We are looking forward to the new year with new ideas and materials to meet your teaching needs. If there’s something like you’d like to see on abcteach, we welcome you to leave your comments and suggestions below.

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Posted in Family, Jewish holidays, Teacher

Top 12 Pearls of Wisdom For SLP Newbies

Posted on February 10, 2014 by Jenna Rayburn | 0 Comments

  You’ve done it! Congratulations! Six years of school, countless clinical hours, and the Praxis. Now that it’s time to start your first job as a speech-language pathologist. Your first job wi...

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Posted in Mental disorder, Territories of the United States, Will (philosophy)

Step Away From the Sippy Cup!

Posted on January 15, 2014 by Melanie Potock | 0 Comments

Sippy Cups became all the rage in the 1980’s, along with oversized shoulder pads, MC Hammer parachute pants and bangs that stood up like a water spout on top of your head.   . A mechanical engineer, ...

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Posted in Drink, Invention, MC Hammer, Tongue

Tips to Wrangle Your Most Unruly Speechies

Posted on January 15, 2014 by Felice Clark | 0 Comments

Behavior management is an ongoing process that takes time, trial and error, and a willing SLP to dive in and try new techniques.

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Posted in Management, Sticker

Continuing Education: The Options; The Reality

Posted on January 05, 2014 by Kim Lewis | 0 Comments

Kids, my own or those I work with, are often slightly astonished that I like school—genuinely like school. . They can’t believe I willingly went to school beyond college and even now happily sign up...

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Posted in College, Language

How to Provide Bilingual Services (Even When You’re Monolingual)

Posted on January 05, 2014 by Leisha Vogl | 0 Comments

Evaluation is one huge hurdle to working with English Language Learners (ELL). The second is providing therapy. Once you’ve determined there is a disorder, what do you do? Do you provide treatment ...

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Posted in Child, Dance, Family (biology), Parent

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