Debbie's Blog

DIY "Talk Back" Auditory Feedback Device

Posted by Debra C. Lowsky, MS, CCC-SLP on 30th Jun 2016

When working on articulation, I often find it best to begin the session with an auditory discrimination activity.  Not only does this help children better hear their own speech, but it al … read more

Building a Therapy Lego Wall

Posted by Debra C. Lowsky, MS, CCC-SLP on 31st Mar 2016

A lego wall is a very simple DIY project that packs a ton of therapeutic benefit.  To assemble:  simply attach a lego board to a wall.  Mine is from at least 20 years ago so I don't … read more

DIY "Birthday Cake" Fine Motor Activity

14th Jul 2015

The best therapy exercises are the ones where the child doesn't know it's an exercise, which is why every pediatric speech and occupational therapist's "bag of tricks" is mostly full of toys a … read more