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Speech Therapy is Everywhere

Speech Therapy is Everywhere

Suzanne Moore M.S., CCC-SLP When you picture a speech/language therapy session, what do you see? Do you imagine a speech-language pathologist (SLP) and a student completing a worksheet or practicing speech sounds in a mirror? While that may be a good image of what...

Stress-Free Holidays

Stress-Free Holidays

Navigating the Holidays with Children who Struggle in Social Situations By Haley Hall, B.A.Learning Specialist & LEAP Instructor As we dive into the last few months of the year, many families’ schedules are packed with family get-togethers and outings. These...

ETLC August Student of the Month: Urbandale

ETLC August Student of the Month: Urbandale

Congratulations Gabe! ETLC August Student of the Month Urbandale Location Nominated by Kelsey Coaldrake M.A. CCC-SLP I am excited to introduce Gabe Scott as our August ETLC Student of the Month at the Urbandale office!Gabe has attended speech therapy at ETLC for the...

ETLC April Student of the Month: North Liberty

ETLC April Student of the Month: North Liberty

Congratulations Graysen! ETLC April Student of The Month North Liberty Location Nominated by Sarah Sitzmann, M.A., CCC-SLP We are proud to introduce Graysen Goetz as our April student of the month at our North Liberty Office! Graysen is 6 years old. He loves Power...

Correction Frustration: 4 Tips To Help With Frustration

Correction Frustration: 4 Tips To Help With Frustration

By Becca Zilk, Graduate Student Clinician Does your child get frustrated or shut down when you correct their speech/language? Home practice is a very important aspect of getting students to generalize the skills they are learning in speech/language therapy to their...

5 Tricks to Get Kids Talking During Play Time

5 Tricks to Get Kids Talking During Play Time

By Kaitlin Flynn, MHS, CCC-SLP We all know how much kids like to play. But when it comes to structured activities, kids don’t always want to participate. Kids want to do what they want to do, right? So how can we build language skills while keeping things fun? PLAY!...