July was awesome.
We spent the whole month of July in South Carolina, staying with GC’s parents for most of the time, except for one week in which my parents flew out and the five of us stayed in a house right on the ocean. 401 more words
By: Tracy Sippl, M.S., CCC-SLP
While working with students in my home as well as at school, I have encountered interesting challenges. I typically invite the parents of my students to sit down at our table and observe the session. 679 more words
The following article was written by Sara Couch, a Cumberland SLP, when she was on assignment during the 2011/2012 school year. Ms. Couch primarily works with students who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), and one of the challenges that she frequently faces is educating her students’ families on how to use their child’s communication system outside of the school setting. 592 more words