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Following Directions Task (Using iPad or iPhone)

Print Resource — US Letter — 1 page
AdultSLPAphasiaBrain Injury
This structured therapy task targets auditory comprehension and the ability to follow directions through a series of verbal instructions that walks a patient through completing various functional tasks on an iPad or iPhone.
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Fluency Therapy: Bumpy vs. Smooth Speech

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PediatricSLPArticulationFluency
This therapy resource comes with a clear visual of a bumpy road and a smooth road. Kids are asked to use the images to identify examples of fluent or dysfluent speech.
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Handout

Fitting Your Bike

Print Resource — US Letter — 2 pages
AdultPTSports and Exercise
Cycling has grown in popularity significantly over the last several decades. The repetitive motions associated with biking can easily cause pain over time. This handout will provide a starting point for an appropriate bicycle fit.
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Therapy Material

Finding Medication Box Errors Set #2

Print Resource — US Letter — 2 pages
AdultSLPBrain InjuryMedications and WellnessPlanning/OrganizingVisual Processing
For this activity, the patient will need to read the directions for each medication to know how often it should be taken. Then the patient will need to notice errors with the medication box which requires good attention and visual reasoning. This task could also be used for a visual scanning activity. Features realistic medication […]
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Therapy Material

Finding Housing: Navigating Housing Ads

Print Resource — US Letter — 4 pages (including answer key)
AdultSLPBrain InjuryFinancesPlanning/Organizing
Many cognitive-linguistic skills are used when determining the best choice for housing when a person is looking at the market available. In this housing ad activity, a person must determine which type of housing to pick based on specific preferences the buyer has given as well as answer questions related to compromises that have to […]
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Therapy Material

Find The Word Picture Scene (Teletherapy Friendly)

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PediatricSLPArticulationL/W SoundsR SoundS Sound
This fun activity helps to keep the child engaged when practicing speech sounds. Pointing to and naming pictures in this scene is also a great way to work on vocabulary. Includes /s/, /l/, and /r/ sounds.
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Therapy Material

Find the Hidden /R/ Activity

Print Resource — US Letter — 1 page
PediatricSLPArticulationR Sound
This seek-and-find articulation activity targets /r/ in all positions of words and can be used in structured speech therapy sessions or for daily practice carryover at home with parents and caregivers.
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Therapy Material

Financial Management – Bills and Budget Tracking

Print Resource — US letter — 4 pages
AdultOTSLPBrain InjuryFinances
This material can be used as an aid to help a person with a brain injury play a more active role in their finances along with incorporating other aids/tools for reminders.
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Financial Management for Cognitive Rehabilitation

Print Resource — US Letter — 15 pages
AdultSLPBrain InjuryFinances
This task is designed to recreate the common scenario of having a stash of receipts laid out on the table ready to be balanced into a financial ledger.
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Therapy Material

Final Consonant Deletion Drill Practice

Print Resource — US Letter — 2 pages
PediatricSLPArticulation
Use the picture cards to help children with low intelligibility due to the phonological process of deleting final consonants. Includes 2 pages with a total of 30 images for structured therapy within session.
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Figurative Language Pack

Print Resource — US Letter — 4 pages
PediatricSLPLanguage DevelopmentPragmatics
The activities in this pack can be used with middle and high school aged children who need support in improving social/pragmatic language skills, and higher level language skills. Page one features some classic idioms with engaging graphics. Page 2 provides an opportunity to discuss facial expressions/vocabulary as tied to emojies, while the final 2 pages […]
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Handout

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)

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AdultSLPLanguage DevelopmentPediatric Brain Injury
This handout accompanies the course: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: From Identification to Intervention. The handout covers Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, (FAS), Alcohol-Related Neurodevelopmental Disorder (ARND), Alcohol-Related Birth Defects (ARBD), and Neurodevelopmental Disorder Associated with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (ND-PAE) diagnoses. This handout also outlines FASD quick facts, therapy supports for children with FASD, strengths of children with FASD, […]
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Handout

Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome: What to Expect

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AdultPTHip/PelvisOrthopaedics
People who frequently squat deeply sometimes develop pain in the hip. Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI)is a term used to describe a specific type of hip pain that may involve pinching of structures between your thigh bone and pelvis resulting in pain. It is common in people who need to repetitively squat or move into deep ranges […]
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Handout

Pediatric FEES vs. MBS

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PediatricSLPFeeding and Swallowing
This resource is a checklist that clinicians may use to help determine which swallow instrumentation is best suitable for their patients. Clinicians may also use this as a resource when inservicing other disciplines on swallow instrumentation, or when communicating with patients and families about assessment options.
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Therapy Material

Feeding Therapy Visual: Eating Sequence and Reward

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PediatricSLPFeeding and SwallowingPicky Eating
This visual provides a clear pathway from taking a bite, chewing the food, and swallowing, with a blank space to put a special reward that the child is working towards during therapy or at home.
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Strategies

Feeding Positioning for Children with Neurological Impairments

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PediatricSLPFeeding and SwallowingPediatric Brain Injury
This handout visually describes the proper positioning for comfort/safety, trunk/abdomen/back, table/tray, head/neck, and pelvis/legs/feet specifically for children with neurological disorders. This handout is targeted for therapists, parents, and caregivers.
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Feeding Intervention: Messy Play + Recipe

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PediatricSLPFeeding and Swallowing
This intervention handout includes information regarding how messy play can help address sensory issues related to picky eating and includes a basic recipe for play-dough that can be used in sensory play activities.
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Handout

Feeding Babies

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PediatricSLPBirth to 3Feeding and Swallowing
This handout is based on the course: Feeding Babies from Birth-12 Months presented by Allison Stamm, MA, CCC-SLP. The handout covers anatomical differences of preemie babies vs full-term babies, anatomical differences between infant vs older child, and bottle/breast issues + strategies. Be sure to check out the course and use this handout with your clients to address […]
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Therapy Material

Feeding Activity – Edible Mud Recipe

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PediatricSLPFeeding and Swallowing
This handout provides a recipe idea that can be used with young children for feeding therapy, to practice language skills, or get sensory input.
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