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    Therapy Theme: April (Spring, Bunnies, Carrots, Easter)

    “What’s in your box, Mrs. Elizabeth?” Themes for April:  I try to carry over what I see my students doing at preschool.  In April, this is often Easter, Gardening, Bunnies, Carrots, Bugs, Rain, and other fun spring concepts. You can download an interactive Preschool Speech Therapy Lesson Plan Here: Organization and Personal Gear First of…

    Therapy Theme: March (St Patrick’s Day, Spring)

    Therapy Themes for March  “What’s in your box, Mrs. Elizabeth?”It’s time to share some organization tips and tricks, some free printables, and some links to great resources for March speech therapy! You can download an interactive Preschool Speech Therapy Lesson Plan here: Themes for March:  I try to carry over what I see my students…

    Therapy Theme: February (Winter, Valentine’s Day)

    February Speech Therapy “What’s in your box, Mrs. Elizabeth?”So, I’m back again to share some organization tips and tricks, some free printables, and somelinks to great resources for February speech therapy! Organization Monthly Labels: First off, I use tote boxes by season.  I use these very cute Monthly Labels and have 4 boxes: Winter, Spring, Summer,…

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      Prior Speaking Experiences

      -Guilford Child Development: Autism in the Early Childhood Setting
      -Cheshire Speech and Voice: Effective Tools for increasing Sensory Integration for Speech/Language Intervention; Autism
      -Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute: Autism
      -CHIPS Greensboro: Autism for Professionals
      -NCSHLA: Teletherapy (Including the Parent Perspective)
      -Telepractice Today: Podcast (Parent and SLP Perspectives)
      -UNC Chapel Hill: Guest Lecture
      -Abled Not Labeled: Presenter (Intro to Neurodiversity)
      -Rockingham County Schools (Gestalt Language Processing)
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