We've all been there- between paperwork, evaluations, IEP meetings, bus/lunch/recess duty, PD that doesn't apply to our profession, fire drills, etc- sometimes there just isn't time to plan the therapy we envision. More than once, I've decided on a therapy activity while walking the students down the hall for their session. In general, those sessions have worked- a hallmark of being an SLP is being able to think on our feet and modify sessions as needed- but having an overall goal and theme for sessions is a useful practice. Thankfully, many talented SLP's have created membership-based sites that do much of the planning for you, so I've compiled a list of those sites below to help you work smarter, not harder!
Titles are linked for your convenience!
The Speech Therapy Solution
Carrie Clark, CCC-SLP, founded The Speech Therapy Solution as a way to help make other SLP's lives easier. It includes many different options for learning, materials, and feedback.
Target Ages: Not specified; school-based SLPs
SLP Now Membership
Marisha is an SLP who loves to share her amazing organization tips and tricks along with helpful information for other SLPs. She created the SLP Now membership to save other SLPs time and headaches.
Target Ages: not specified; school-based SLPs
More of set of therapy tools than a lesson plan membership site per se, SLP Toolkit was created by SLPs Lisa Kathman and Sarah Bevier to streamline paperwork for SLPs.
Contents: online resources accessible anywhere including
This site includes therapy plans for articulation and language. Articulation plans address all sounds in all word positions, and language plans "include describing, prepositions, rhyming, pronouns, antonyms, synonyms, homonyms, multiple meaning words, vocabulary, past tense verbs, plurals and sequencing!" Purchase orders are accepted and there is a 30 day money back guarantee.
Ages: preschool through early elementary
8/20/2020 02:19:44 pm
What is a good plan for older elementary students 4-6 that includes social skills for autistic kids.
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