Speech Therapy Paper Short Cuts

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As winter approaches, days are getting a bit shorter. But for a busy SLP, days are shorter especially when doing the paperwork! This week, we would like to highlight another free resource that can help you save time and energy in writing IEP and Evaluation. Speech Room News, a speech therapy blog for SLP’s and educators, posted a page that includes free speech therapy paperwork shortcuts on writing: 

  • Speech and Language Classroom Accommodations
  • Speech and Language Educational Impact Statements
  • Parent/Teacher Recommendations Sections

 

We are not affiliated with Speech Room News but it’s creator Jenna Rayburn did a great job in crafting her own speech language materials that can help SLP’s save time and have fun – we hope you find inspiration in her work too.
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  • masood Khan
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    i want to do research work as a Ph.D. scholar on Speech and language Issues on Hearing Impaired Children .please help me in selection the topics.

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