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The ASHA Leader, February 2018, Vol. 23, 24. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.23022018.24
The ASHA Leader, February 2018, Vol. 23, 24. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.23022018.24

“This drawer will be so organized that you will want to show it off!”

—SLP Jen Shamberger gives tips for organizing caseload files in a post on her Speech Universe blog.

“While joint attention is king, social reciprocity is queen.”

—SLP Mia McDaniel in a post on her Putting Words in Your Mouth blog with tips for working with students who have autism spectrum disorder.

“In a nutshell, make it personal and experiential.”

—SLP Claudia Doan on her blog Creative Speech Lab on ways to make speech treatment more engaging for older students.

“High fives go a long way with kids, too.”

—SLP Amanda Schaumburg in a post on her Panda Speech blog on creating a culture of gratitude in speech-language treatment.

“Using rhyme stories for speech and language therapy is like driving your car on cruise control.”

—SLP Scott Prath in a post on the Bilinguistics Better Speech Therapy blog on the power of rhyme stories.
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