Come On Over and Leave Your Tips! {Eliciting Sounds Surveys all in one Place}

Come over and help fellow SLPs

Fellow SLPs, first I want to thank those of you who have been participating in my Eliciting Sounds Surveys! I know you are all very busy and have heavy caseloads and IEP meetings and observations and SSTs and so on….so thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to help out for fellow SLPs! I am planning to start writing up the series of posts on Tips for Eliciting Sounds based on the information I got from the {Read More}

Tips for Eliciting Sounds Survey: /m/ /n/ /w/ and “ng” {The Last One!}

Tips for eliciting sounds survey m n w ng

Welcome to the LAST Tips for Eliciting Speech Sounds Survey! If you are new here and you are a fellow SLP, you can read the first post HERE for more information on this series of posts. I am SUPER excited to now start compiling all the amazing tips you have all been leaving the last few weeks into a series of posts! Please fill out this last survey and leave your tips for the /m/ /n/ /w/ and “ng” sounds! {Read More}

Tips on Eliciting Sounds Surveys for /p, b, t, d/

Tips for eliciting sounds survey p b t d

Welcome to the actual second to the last survey on Tips for Eliciting Speech sounds for speech pathologists. Ha. Last week I said THAT was the second to the last one…I lied This survey is REALLY the second to the last one, the last one will be coming either this Friday or early next week! Here is the survey for tips for eliciting the speech sounds/p/ & /b/ Here is the survey for tips for eliciting the speech sounds /t/ & {Read More}

Tips on Eliciting Sounds Surveys for “sh” “zh” “ch” & “dz”

Tips for eliciting sounds survey p b t d m ng

Ok, here is the second to the last Tips on Eliciting Speech Sounds Survey! Today we have a survey for the “sh” “zh” “ch” and “dz” sounds. For more information on these surveys, please read THIS POST. And be sure to take the time to fill out the other surveys as well…links are at the bottom of this post! Here it is! The Tips for Eliciting the speech sounds “sh” “zh” “ch” and “dz” If you haven’t yet, please also {Read More}

Tips on Eliciting Sounds Survey for /l/ “th” /y/ & /h/

tips for eliciting l th y h

Welcome back fellow SLPs! I am soooooo excited about this new series I am doing on Tips for Eliciting Sounds! If you didn’t catch the first post where I explained all about this series,  you can read it HERE (and you can also fill out the surveys for /r/ & /k,g/ there!). Today I am posting the survey’s on the /l/ “th” /y/ and /h/ sounds. Please take a few minutes and fill out the two survey’s and leave your tips for {Read More}

Tips For Eliciting Sounds: Surveys for /s/ & /z/ (Lateral, Frontal & General Tips)

s & z survey

Welcome back fellow SLPs! I am soooooo excited about this new series I am doing on Tips for Eliciting Sounds! If you didn’t catch last week’s post, you can read it HERE (and you can also fill out the surveys for /r/ & /k,g/ there!) For today, I have set up two surveys: One for the lateral productions of /s/ and /z/ and one for general tips for the /s/ and /z/, including specific tips when you have a frontal/interdental {Read More}

Tips On Eliciting Sounds: I Need YOU!

Tips On Eliciting Sounds- I Need Your help

In the survey I did a few months ago, one thing I was asked to blog about from fellow SLPs was how to elicit sounds. This was also mentioned on my Facebook page recently when I asked for topics you all wanted covered. So I definately want to start a little series on this. BUT…I NEED YOUR HELP! I am just one SLP, and I don’t have all the answers. I can share MY tips, but what I would like {Read More}

Help Me Make PWW365 Even Better

Happy Monday! I hope you had a fantastic weekend! Today, I’m asking you all for a little help. I spend quite a bit of time working on this blog each week in hopes that I am providing my readers with helpful information. I know that my audience is diverse and yet united in the fact that you all have a commitment to enriching children’s lives. I want to make sure that my content is matching what you all expect and {Read More}