10 Great Free Informative Websites for SLPs
If you need some information to be sure you are on the right path with your therapy, this post is for you! My students have covered the range of ages and communication difficulties over the years. I suppose the biggest common denominator has been that the majority of my students have been functioning way below the 16th percentile. I even considered naming my blog ‘Life Below the 16the percentile’, but went with Looks Like Language instead.
For me, this has meant two things to strongly consider:
- My students are going to need much support and much practice to be able to learn, maintain and functionally use the skills I am teaching. Thus, I want to think ahead and make sure that I am working toward practical life skills that will be helpful and worth all the effort of learning.
- If someone has also thought about this and possibly figured out a best practice for the skill, it is worth the time to educate myself first!
So, with that in mind, here are some of the sites that I feel are definitely worth visiting.
10 Sites for SLPs
This free information site currently has 45 different modules to help people working in the area of autism.
This link is to a preview of the program at Autism Navigator. The Autism in Toddlers video, showing clips to help with earlier detection, is free when you enroll.
This informative site has information on so many topics related to learning disabilities!
There are links to informational resources and more at this site.
This is the link to all of the interactive resources at Read-Write-Think, which can be adapted to reach our speech/language goals based on our interactions with the students.
Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC)
These sister sites offer lots of information and tips.
Informative guidelines for SLPs and some free downloads.
It is always a good idea to check on best practices here!
Need some help getting started with computer technology? These are generally useful sites!
What website do you go to for help?