Please check out my Speech Therapy Good Blogs List:
The Speech Chicks – Sanaz Amini, MA, CF-SLP, and Christine Caldejon, MA. CCC-SLP, live and blog in the San Francisco Bay area. They post helpful ideas for childhood language, apraxia, autism and more. (Sanaz is my colleague and friend from our early private speech clinic days.)
The School Speech Therapist – Teresa Sadowski, MA, CCC-SLP, shares her experiences and helpful ideas as a school speech pathologist, especially middle schoolers. With parent and administrator information.
Smart Speech Therapy – Tatyana Elleseff, MA, CCC-SLP, a bilingual therapist in the New York/New Jersey area, focuses on children with developmental and neurogenic disorders. With information about internationally adopted children.
Bowen Speech Blog – Cyndee Bowen, a speech language pathologist in Clearwater, FL, shares about speech, voice, language, swallowing and cognition, LSVT LOUD treatment for Parkinson patients, and running a private practice.
Playing With Words 365 – Katie Yeh, a pediatric speech language pathologist in the East Bay Area of California, and mama to three little ones, she emphasizes teaching parents about their child’s speech and language development.
San Diego Speech Therapy – Deb Ross, writes about children and adult speech therapy, tongue thrust, accent reduction and professional speaking skills.
Peterson Speech Therapy – Marissa Peterson, MA, CCC-SLP, of Idaho Falls, ID, writes about speech and language. I like her recommendations of apps.
Scanlon Speech Therapy and My Toddler Talks – Kimberly Scanlon, licensed and certified speech language pathologist in New Jersey, writes about toddler speech and language, and wrote a book for parents on helping them develop their child’s language.
Communication Station – Maria Del Duca, MS, CCC-SLP, of Arizona, focuses on the early childhood population, children with autism spectrum disorders, childhood apraxia of speech and rare genetic syndromes.
Pam Marshalla – Pam Marshalla, MA, CCC-SLP, answers questions on articulation, phonology and motor speech disorders.
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