Joel’s Story: Speech-Language Pathologist

Providing teleservices is a career that can create a meaningful impact on children all over the country. At VocoVision, we have a team of telepractitioners that have different interests, come from different backgrounds, and all decided to land in teleservices for different reasons, but their impact remains the same – they can help children reach their full potential from around the U.S.

In this blog, we feature Joel’s speech-language pathology story including their experience, advice, and what led them to become Teacher of the Year.

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Supporting Students with Communication Disorders in Public Schools

It’s estimated that 1 in 10 American children experience some form of communication disorder, which can hinder their ability to express themselves clearly. With that said, it is extremely important that students with communication disorders are supported. Learn about the impact of speech and language difficulties, how to collaborate with speech-language pathologists, and create an inclusive classroom environment to empower every student in this blog.

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Ashley’s Story – Speech-Language Pathologist

Our team of teletherapists helps children from all over the United States reach their full potential. They have different interests, come from backgrounds different from one another, and have landed in their careers for different reasons, but their impact remains the same – they can help children reach their full potential.

Throughout the months, we’ve shared interviews with a few of our SLP therapists to learn about how and why they got started in teletherapy and the motivation behind their career choices. This week, we asked Ashley about her experience as a teletherapist with VocoVision.

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How to Help Students with Speech Articulation

Most children experience a phase during their development where they make phonetic errors in speech. Speech therapy is a very important factor in helping with speech articulation in students, but along with speech therapy, there are several other ways to help students with articulation. Here’s how you can help your students with speech articulation both in and outside of a therapy session. 

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Carissa’s Story – Speech-Language Pathologist

Our team of teletherapists helps children from all over the United States reach their full potential. They have different interests, come from backgrounds different from one another, and have landed in their careers for different reasons, but their impact remains the same – they can help children reach their full potential.

In the next few months, we’ll share interviews with a few of our SLP therapists to learn about how and why they got started in teletherapy and the motivation behind their career choices. This week, we asked Carissa about her experience as a teletherapist with VocoVision.

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3 Places to Access Free Digital Book Libraries to Use in Speech Teletherapy

Books are one of the top resources to use when helping with language learning, understanding words, and developing speech. Practicing speech-language pathology in a virtual setting makes it difficult to create a physical reading library for your students. That is where digital book libraries come in handy! Below we put together 3 places to access free digital book libraries to use in speech teletherapy. 

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Christine’s Story – Speech-Language Pathologist

Our team of teletherapists help children from all over the United States reach their full potential. They have different interests, come from backgrounds different from one another and have landed in their careers for different reasons, but their impact remains the same – they can help children reach their full potential.

In the next few months, we’ll share interviews with a few of our SLP therapists to learn about how and why they got started in teletherapy, and the motivation behind their career choices. This week, we asked Christine about her experience as a teletherapist with VocoVision.

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Building Self-Esteem for SLP Students

As an SLP, you have many responsibilities to your students. You’re there to guide them and help them understand and work through their struggles. But you also have the opportunity to help encourage them and help them find their own self-esteem. 

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How to Teach Your SLP Students What Sad Means

Do your students struggle to tell you how they’re feeling and why? Many SLP students struggle when it comes to emotions, but you have the ability to help them understand them a little better. 

We’ve created a resource to help you teach your students how to better understand and communicate their emotions. 

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Speech Therapy in Schools: The Role of an SLP

Having qualified and passionate Speech-Language Pathologists in schools is a critical part of ensuring student success. Understanding the differences between what a clinical SLP does and the duties of a school-based SLP can be the first step to learning which type of role is best for you. Read on to learn more about the role of a school-based SLP and the importance of their support.

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