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Speech-Language Therapy: Beyond School Services

Where has the summer gone? September is coming up fast, and as the constant stream of back-to-school ads tells us, the start of the school year is almost here. 395 more words

Speech Therapy

Social Language - link to new article

My latest contribution to the TONGUES magazine blog is “Social Language” is about the confusing minefields of social linguistic calisthenics and the difficult that literal thinkers like myself have in navigating this landscape of lies, half-truths, hot air and… just simple gas. 11 more words

Asperger's Syndrome

What Instagram Has Done For Me

I probably joined Instagram a few years ago and like most social media I belong to, I joined to keep tabs on my boys. I was also interested in seeing what some of my friends had to post as well. 784 more words

Articulation

Here's What's Happening in May

May is looking like it is going to be a busy month! To start with, it is Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM).

To do my part in helping raise awareness about communication disorders and how they can be treated, I am going to challenge myself to participate in the Instagram Photo-a-Day challenge hosted by Jessica over at Consonantly Speaking. 402 more words

Articulation

Mind blindness or Context blindness": One more thought

Replacing the generic term of “mindblindness”  with a more specific and accurate term such as “context blindness” makes  sense.  However, I would prefer the term  ” limited context awareness.”  “Context blindness” indicates that people with Asperger’s syndrome can not see context at all. 151 more words

Executive Function

What's Yours Like?

Recently, during a class meeting with second grade students, we introduced a spin-off game of What’s Yours Like?.
We played a child friendly version available… 647 more words

Language

Where did my brain go?

I was working with one of our fantastic SLP-As last week in a small social group.  One little guy just could not do what Michelle Garcia Winner refers to as  “keep his brain in the group”.  412 more words

Social Thinking