July 2017

In the Clinic

Summer schedule is in full swing. Please let your therapist know of any upcoming vacations.

This Month

On the

Wee Speech Website:


App of the Month

Art My Kids Made

Word Wall

July words, definitions, sentences and activities to print.


July Blog Postings


In the Waiting Room

Guess How Many?This month's winner is Meir Z.!

Congratulations Meir!

Children (and siblings) are encouraged to fill out a slip each month with their guess. (Don’t forget your last name or initial.). The envelope for guesses is on the wall next to the book and toy bins in the Clinic waiting room. The drawing is at the end of the month and a special prize awaits the winner!!

Good Luck!!


July Birthdays!!

Dina L. 7/3

Meir Z. 7/8

Hannah M. 7/11

Cheely M. 7/13

Eliana L. 7/17

Nathan W. 7/19

Rafi G. 7/21

Christian T. 7/21

































July 2017 edition of the Wee Speech Newsletter.


Fall Schedule
It's hard to believe it but we are starting to talk about Fall scheduling. Here is the link to the online fall scheduling form. This year, we are using one form for all services. Please fill it out as soon as possible so that we can try to accommodate your child's scheduling needs.

Comings and Goings!
We bid a fond farewell to Meghan Matthews as she moves on to a new chapter in her life and welcome our new therapist, Whitney Klein. Whitney brings her warm, outgoing personality and broad skill set to our clinic team. Welcome Whitney!

Lost and Found
Missing something? We now have a lost and found bin on the top of the bookshelf in the waiting room.

App Coming Soon!
Wee Speech is excited to announce our upcoming App! This speech App is being developed specfically for us and is currently in beta testing. Watch for details to come!

Laura Drower & Julie Levin
Wee Speech, P.C.

What Are We Blogging about in July?
Never too early for help!

This Month in the Speech and Language Q/A Column, Kate discusses classroom success strategies for students with language challenges.

Dear SLP,
I am a second grade teacher at a local elementary school.  I've had a couple kids in my classroom with IEPs and 504 plans. I'm having particular difficulty with my students with language disorders. Are there some recommendations you can give me to help support these students so they can reach their full academic potential?

Tricks for the Teacher

Dear Tricks for the Teacher,
Thank you so much for reaching out. It really shows you are putting your student's well-being first and foremost – I'd be happy to share a few ideas for supporting a child with a language impairment in the classroom. (more)

Physical Therapy Notes
Lisa Barich PT

If you have any additional questions please contact Lisa Barich PT at barichlisag@gmail.com

For more information contact Lisa Barich, PT