Have you seen these amazingly functional and stylish AAC necklaces from Lisa Street, over at Speech Street?

Lisa graciously offered to send me one of her jewelry pieces to try out.  She offers both necklaces and bracelets in her TpT store.  I don't wear bracelets very often, so I decided to go with the necklace option.

One thing I noticed right away when I open the box was how well made the necklace is.  I was a little worried that the symbols wouldn't stay attached very well, but I was impressed by the quality construction.  It's also very lightweight, which is an important consideration when you have several symbols hanging around your neck or wrist!

These are a great system to have on hand whenever you might need basic communication symbols throughout your school day, especially in the hallway, on the playground, or other unstructured time/space.  The symbols are double-sided, offering eight different visuals on four charms.

These would make a great gift for a fellow SLP, special education teacher, or social worker!  I can even see recommending something like this as a backup system for a parent to have at home or in the community.
I don't know about you, but I seem to have a LOT of /r/ students this year!  As it came time for parent teacher conferences and third quarter progress reports, I knew I needed to make something to explain just how complicated the /r/ sound can be for students to learn, and why.

I decided to make a one page handout, similar in style to my bestselling Speech-Language Therapy Explanation Handouts.  Naturally, I copied it on my trademark green paper so it would stand out!

Why is the R Sound so Hard to Say?  FREE handout for SLPs from Natalie Snyders

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Why is the R Sound so Hard to Say?  FREE handout for SLPs by Natalie Snyders

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