Tag Archives: speech pathology

Time to Pick a Pumpkin

pumpkin pickingMany classes start taking field trips this time of year. If they go to a farm, often they will have kids pick their own pumpkins. This may not be possible depending on funding or time restraints. This does not mean that you can’t bring the fun to your students. That’s right, you can make a pumpkin patch in a small space and allow everyone in your sessions to pick their own pumpkin. Read More »

A Letter to My Younger Self – Nate C.

younger self We're back again with another "Letter To My Younger Self" this week! This time, our co-clinical director, Nate Cornish, M.S., CCC-SLP, is sharing his advice to his younger, "CF" self. With a tell-it-like-it-is personality, Nate doesn't hold back on his honest advice to his younger self. Whether you're a student, CF, or even a seasoned SLP, you will most likely learn a thing (or seven) after reading Nate's letter! Read More »