Effective Breaks // Language Development at-home

Winter school breaks are a great time to help your child develop expansive language skills because there are many routines and traditions that take place this time of year, not to mention just a lot...

DOTCOM THERAPISTS SPEAK: FAVORITE CHARITIES

In honor of Giving Tuesday, we asked our therapists about their favorite charities. Here are the highlighted charities that DotCom Therapists love: Camp Encourage: https://www.campencourage.org/...

NOVEMBER SPOTLIGHT: KATHY TURPIN, M.S. CCC-SLP

  One of the best things about my job is receiving feedback from our schools and clients.  Our Director of School Services, Casey Hall, is constantly calling me to tell me some great feedback she...

MEET OUR OCTOBER SPOTLIGHT: MARIE MENYES, M.S. CCC-SLP!

It is that time to recognize another one of DotCom Therapy’s amazing speech-language pathologists, Marie Menyes!  One of my favorite things about working with Marie is her energy and compassion...

PARENT’S GUIDE TO IEP MEETINGS

  An Individualized Education Program, IEP, is a plan that is put in place for children who qualify for special education services.  Every year, participants of that program sit down to discuss plans...

SEPTEMBER SPOTLIGHT MEET DOTCOM THERAPY SPEECH THERAPIST, KAYLA TURONIS!

  In case it hasn’t been said enough, DotCom Therapy is made up of the best-of-the-best therapists and staff members.  We want to take time monthly to recognize one of our therapists and let you, the...

"AHA" MOMENTS IN TELETHERAPY

I am in the third week of my teletherapy journey (wow, how did time pass so quickly!!??) and I am loving it! I decided to make the switch to teletherapy because it would provide more flexibility for...

TELETHERAPY IS NOT A LAST RESORT™: AN INTERNATIONAL CONVERSATION

  Whether it was the crisp Irish air, the exhilaration of leading a workshop with colleagues from around the world or maybe just this entire row that I’m taking up on the flight back across the pond,...

WHAT DO YOU DO

    "What do you do?” Is a question I encounter at nearly any social engagement I attend. For many years, my reply of "I’m a speech-language pathologist,” was often met with a quizzical look that...

PROGRESS CEASED: SIGNS IT’S TIME TO DISMISS

  So, a big part of my job as a therapy director is to be there to support therapists during both the rewarding and the more difficult aspects of therapy.  One of the more difficult aspects of being...

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