Something smells fishy.

Something is fishy.    I am a part of many apraxia related groups as well as sensory differences, autistic groups…..etc.  but mainly in the apraxia related group I am finding a surprising number of people who look for alternative means to speech therapy.  Now, I understand when you’re ready to lose a few pounds, and… Read More

Wash your hands

There’s a lot of talk right now about a particular play going on called All in a Row, at Southwark Playhouse in the UK.    Here’s a few articles about it for those of you who haven’t read about it yet. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/feb/12/casting-puppet-as-autistic-child-step-backwards-new-play-row-other-actors-played-by-humans   https://www.thestage.co.uk/news/2019/protest-takes-place-outside-southwark-playhouse-over-use-of-puppet-in-autism-play/ The premise is based on autism and includes the perspective from… Read More

Take the Time

You need to take the time.  Do something that belongs to you.  Just you.  Whether you go out & get your hair done, your nails done or a new tan.  Whether you just sit in your car with the radio on to your favorite song & sing your head off.  You need to shut those… Read More

Design & Drill: Fine Motor Skills

I hardly ever get excited about toys but I want to share something with you all that I discovered today with my children.  In an effort to have my 6 year old twins play a game together that incorporated learning skills and fun I pulled out a toy called Design & Drill.  This is one… Read More

Some Speech Material Ideas

Many people post questions about speech therapy materials.  They want to know how to implement speech therapy at home.  There are all sorts of programs out there & it can get confusing quick when you bring up all the options.  I wanted to post a few of my favorites. When it comes to speech I… Read More