Blogjam Blogging audiologists and SLPs share tips for hearing protection, planning for group lessons, selecting audio books and more. Blogjam
Blogjam  |   November 01, 2018
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Blogjam   |   November 01, 2018
The ASHA Leader, November 2018, Vol. 23, 16. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.23112018.16
The ASHA Leader, November 2018, Vol. 23, 16. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.23112018.16

“That’s where parents and professionals come in. We must all be part of the team that gathers up that sugar and patiently directs it into the sieve, because who wants cookies without sugar!”

—A post by Cara Senterfeit on the Beginnings blog compares language acquisition to frosting cookies.

“Listen up and be smart. If you protect your ears today, you’ll have them for tomorrow.”

—Audiologist Sheri Gostomelsky makes the case for hearing protection during concerts on her blog, Say What.

“Audio books won’t replace reading aloud to your child, but it can be a wonderful way to experience literacy in a different way and together.”

—SLP Rebecca Eisenberg discusses the merits of audio books for children with special needs on her Gravity Bread blog.

“To have an excellent whole-group activity, you need to plan, plan, plan.”

—Get tips for successful group activities with preschoolers in speech trreatment in this post on the Alberta Speechie blog.

“For students learning new skills, I use the analogy of piano lessons: No one can become an accomplished musician if they only practice 30 minutes a week during their lesson.”

—On her Speaking of Speech blog, SLP Pat Mervine shares ways to strengthen relationships with students’ parents.
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