In my "free time" (a.k.a. when I'm procrastinating that paperwork up to my eyeballs) I peruse Speech/Language Therapy Blogs. This is perhaps the most affordable source (free!) for a wealth of ideas. You can find ideas to target goals for every age range and every ability level. Check out my favorites on the right!
I've said it before and I will say it again, you're missing out if you're not on Pinterest. Join now and follow PediaStaff. You will find more ideas than you know what to do with. Roughly 30% of my therapy material comes from ideas/downloads from Pinterest.
I have an unusually high number of fluency clients this year. I found some great resources from The Stuttering Foundation. I handed out 8 Tips for Teachers and played Stuttering: For Kids, By Kids at the beginning of each fluency session. Watching the video really set the stage to have nice conversation about stuttering and associated feelings.
Apps for Children with Special Needs
New to the world of iDevices and apps? Start looking around at A4CWSN. Check out the free apps tab and the favorite apps tab (my favorites!). I go to this website frequently to see what's new.
Talk it up!