Blogs on blogs

One thing I truly love about my profession is the diversity and all the nooks and crannies that someone can find themselves specializing in. Collaborating and forming a community of fellow speech-language pathologists provides a huge wealth of knowledge and resources.

So I’d like to share some blogs you might enjoy with a focus on Feeding, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, and Alternative and Augmentative Communication.

Expressions Blog by Janine Segner, Expressive Speech and Feeding. In addition to speech, Janine is a trained feeding therapist and includes a lot of great tips for picky eaters and babies going through food transitions. 

Blog: Speech Reads by Erin Gaul, Your Speech Path, LLC. Erin specializes in Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), other Speech Sound Disorders, and Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy.

Abramson AAC blog by Jennifer Abramson, Abramson AAC.  Jennifer is an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) specialist, Adjunct Clinical Instructor at the MGH Institute of Health Professions, author and international lecturer. Check out her post on enhancing communication during the time of Covid here!

Published by Dr. Miranda Wolff

I am a speech-language pathologist and I specialize in early intervention. I obtained my Masters degree from Penn State University and my Doctorate Degree from Rocky Mountain University of Healthcare Professions. I have worked in a variety of setting but most of my experience is working with preschool aged children. I thought I knew so much about that age and younger until I had my own children! I'm a proud mother of two wonderful boys and while they can be a challenge at times, they help me develop new skills and new ways to approach language development in a functional and motivating way I would never have truly grasped without them. I started this blog in an effort to share and support others while their little ones are growing and learning and also to support my fellow SLPs. I hope you find my posts helpful. My goal is to provide practical ideas and suggestions because I know first hand that setting out to do anything that isn't functional or motivating for you and your children won't give you the results or satisfaction we all hope to obtain while working with our little ones.

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