-A great resource for parents of early learners! These SLP sisters provide easy tips and tools for parents and caregivers to use in daily routines.
-Carly and Katie are SLPs who provide doable tips and encouragement for parents looking to increase and improve their child’s communication skills. They provide communicative milestones, book recommendations, activities, and crafts to aid in increasing language output.
-Jenya Iuzzini-Seigel MS. CCC-SLP is a professor at Marquette University and director of the Communication, Movement, and Learning Lab. She specializes in diagnosis and treatment of childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) and developmental language disorder. She is a great resource for parents and SLPs working with children who are diagnosed with CAS.
-Amy Graham is an SLP who specializes in speech sound disorders. She posts beneficial explanations and demonstrations of facilitating sounds during sessions. This is a great resource for parents looking for carryover practice at home.
-Jordyn is an SLP who specializes in culturally-responsive therapy. She uses her platform to advocate for marginalized communities, push for improving and diversifying the field, and emphasize “being the person you needed when you were younger”.
-Kate McLaughlin M.S. CCC-SLP explains benefits, strategies, and concepts related to AAC use. Her information is useful for SLPs, parents, teachers, coaches, etc who work with children who have a device.
-Maureen Wilson, M.S. CCC-SLP is a great resource for SLPs. She works to empower SLPs to provide therapy with confidence. Her page is linked to her account on Teachers Pay Teachers where she provides materials, activities, and crafts for free or for purchase.