"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." -Helen Keller Lately it has seemed like every time I turn on the television there is another tragedy: a tornado, a bombing, a school shooting, a landslide...It's easy to start to feel overwhelmed-to feel like the world is turning into a scary place. I'm just one person-I can't stop the weather or terrorism or evil people. But there are things I can do. I can do is try to be kind. I can listen to people when they are upset. I can try to help out in whatever small ways I can. More than 10,000 buildings were damaged when the tornados hit Moore, Oklahoma on May 20th.Hundreds were injured. 24 people died. 2 schools were destroyed. 1 Speech therapy blogger wrote about her experience. And the Speech bloggers responded. You are going to want to read about what they did-and what you can do to help.
(Envelope graphics purchased from Graphics From the Pond--Stamp Graphic From Putting Words in Your Mouth) It's going to make you PROUD to be a Speech Language Pathologist.
Hi! Welcome to my blog. My name is Kelly and I've been an ASHA certified Speech Language Pathologist for 15 years. I've worked with children of all ages in clinics, charter schools and in telepractice. I have a passion for incorporating play, movement based and functional activities within my therapy sessions. I have a significant weakness in proof-reading skills. I hope you take some time to enjoy the freebies, and motivating activities on my little blog. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Social Media.