Speech therapy activities for adults

Discover fun and effective speech therapy activities for adults to improve communication skills. Boost confidence and enhance speech with these engaging ideas.
Come check out Honeycomb Speech Therapy to find more person-centered and functional activities than you can ever imagine! | Functional Speech Therapy | Adult speech Therapy | Person centered Speech Therapy | Functional Speech Therapy Goals | Aphasia | Apraxia | Dysarthria | Dementia | TBI | Primary Progressive Aphasia | Patient Reported Outcome Measures | Motor Speech Therapy Activities | Speech Therapy, Speech Therapy Resources, Speech Language Pathology, Speech Therapy Materials, Speech Therapy Activities, Speech Disorder, Speech And Language, Dementia Therapy, Language Therapy

Come check out Honeycomb Speech Therapy to find more person-centered and functional activities than you can ever imagine! | Functional Speech Therapy | Adult speech Therapy | Person centered Speech Therapy | Functional Speech Therapy Goals | Aphasia | Apraxia | Dysarthria | Dementia | TBI | Primary Progressive Aphasia | Patient Reported Outcome Measures | Motor Speech Therapy Activities |

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Honeycomb Speech Therapy
SNF Group Therapy: A "No-Fall Festival" | Ms. Gardenia's Speech Room Halloween, Group Therapy Activities, Games For Elderly, Assisted Living Activities, Nursing Home Activities, Therapy Activities, Group Therapy, Recreation Therapy, Activities For Elderly

Despite the new PDPM regulations adding a new level of stress on therapists across the nation, Katie Johnson-Evers and her therapy team at a south Kansas City RehabCare facility wanted to do something special for their residents this year. The therapy staff of nine full time therapists were brainstorming ideas for Fall group therapy when ... Read More about SNF Group Therapy: A “No-Fall Festival”

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Lisa Campbell
Free Worksheet - What Doesn't Belong and Why Not?

I made this worksheet for one of my clients to work on identifying the word in a group of 4 that does not belong in a category... and more importantly, to explain why it does not belong! Click here to download!

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Lane Salgado
Using Laughter in Adult Group Speech Therapy Sessions – Ms. Gardenia's Speech Room Muscles, Speech Therapy, Amigurumi Patterns, Speech Therapy Games, Speech Therapy Activities, Speech Language Pathologists, Group Therapy Activities, Speech Language Therapy, Play Therapy Techniques

What if laughter is in fact, the best medicine? Laughter has many benefits including creating a social connection between two people, the brain’s release of powerful endorphins which can reduce pain and discomfort, improved oxygen and blood flow and relaxed muscles. With all of these benefits, why not use laughter in speech therapy sessions? I ... Read More about Using Laughter in Adult Group Speech Therapy Sessions

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Carlye McLaughlin
What activities do you use in your speech therapy classroom? Using board games is a fun way to work on communication skills while having fun. This blog post gives you 10 speech therapy board games that are recommended from an SLP. Your speech therapy students will love all of these games - Bubble Talk, Yeti in my Spaghetti, Jenga, and Guess Who. These games can help students come up with questions, work on vocabulary words, enhance receptive and expressive language and focus on articulation. Speech Therapy Games, Speech Games, Language Therapy Games, Speech Therapy Activities Elementary, Speech Therapy Activities, Speech Therapy Activities Language, Speech Activities, Speech Therapy Resources, Therapy Games

What activities do you use in your speech therapy classroom? Using board games is a fun way to work on communication skills while having fun. This blog post gives you 10 speech therapy board games that are recommended from an SLP. Your speech therapy students will love all of these games - Bubble Talk, Yeti in my Spaghetti, Jenga, and Guess Who. These games can help students come up with questions, work on vocabulary words, enhance receptive and expressive language and focus on articulation.

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