Purchase the PDF #448 Speech Therapy Games for Toddlers and Preschoolers with Language Delays
In this ethics course, we discuss ethical decision making by looking at 3 different models for ethical decision making and then applying them in common scenarios we face as providers in early intervention programs and other pediatric settings.
1 hour Introductory Ethics Course appropriate for SLPs who work with pediatrics in various settings including state or county-based early intervention providers, outpatient pediatric therapy clinics, infant/toddler and preschool programs, and other academic settings.
Many ideas for speech therapy activities found on SLPs blogs look great until… you realize that they are TOO HARD for toddlers with developmental differences. In this 1.5 hour course, learn four kinds of games to use for your youngest clients during speech therapy at home and in clinical and preschool settings. We’ll review why we should include structured games during sessions with toddlers, which games work best for various target populations, which skills are targeted with each kind of game, and how to introduce the game for maximum success.
For speech-language pathologists, other early interventionists, and parents of toddlers and preschoolers with speech-language delays.