10 Great Free Informative Websites for SLPs
Get the information you need to be sure your therapy is on target with these 10 great, free informative websites for SLPs! Since the majority of my students have been functioning way below the 16th percentile, I’ve spent a lot of time researching informative sites. In this post, I’m sharing some of my favorite websites to help you out!
These questions were strongly considered when reviewing the websites.
- Was the information helpful for teaching students who are going to need much support and practice to be able to learn?
- Did the tips include information on helping students maintain and functionally use the skills being taught?
- Were practical life skills that were worth all the effort of learning addressed?
- Does the website include information to use with evidence-based best practices?
So, with that in mind, these sites are definitely worth visiting.
10 Sites for SLPs
This free information site has so much information! Checking out this site is a MUST if you work or live with people who have autism. There are free training videos on autism topics that are helpful for parents and professionals.
Autism Navigator has resources for parents and professionals. Be sure to watch the Autism in Toddlers video! It shows clips to help with earlier detection and is free when you enroll.
Learning Disabilities Websites
This informative site is helpful for so many topics related to learning disabilities! The teaching strategies section is very helpful, especially if you are new to education.
Whether you are trying to find a great book to use with your students or read helpful information, Reading Rockets is a great site to check out.
This is the link to all of the interactive resources at Read-Write-Think,. Many of these can be adapted to reach our speech/language goals in our interactions with students.
A helpful, informational website with a variety of topics to help families and educators. And there’s a young adult section in the works!
Websites for Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC)
PrAACtical AAC is well named! This website has practical ideas, information, videos, and supports. If you work with nonverbal students, you will definitely benefit from the information and free resources here.
Going to this blog is like a little present to yourself. You never know what fun, helpful tip or information that you will find.
9. Apraxia Kids
Check out this website if you are looking for informative articles or free printable downloads for parents and schools.
It is always a good idea to check on best practices here!