School, Speech Language Pathology

Having Fun With Left, Center, Right (LCR) In the Speech Room

We have been loving Left, Center, Right (LCR) in and out of the Speech Room lately! This is a great game to use in Speech Therapy.  It makes planning easy, makes learning fun, and it gives so many opportunities for quick articulation and language practice!  You can target different goals for each student easily, making… Continue reading Having Fun With Left, Center, Right (LCR) In the Speech Room

Autism, Eye Contact, Neurodiversity, Social Language, Speech Language Pathology

Teaching the Purpose of Eye Contact

"He doesn't look at me when I talk to him"... One of the most common phrases we hear from parents or teachers when doing and autism evaluation. Goals for teaching eye contact are found frequently on Individualized Education Plans and this is often practiced by making cues (visually by pointing or a picture card, or… Continue reading Teaching the Purpose of Eye Contact