Special Education Out Loud

Speech Language Services and Strategies for Parents

August 14, 2020 Denver Leigh Season 1 Episode 6
Special Education Out Loud
Speech Language Services and Strategies for Parents
Show Notes

The COVID school closures have impacted the world of education on many levels, especially for our students with disabilities. The changes have been profound. Among the list of 'major concerns' every parent is holding, there has been a lot of buzz about regression in speech and language skills. In this podcast episode, Denver Leigh is joined by Dr. Kristy Davies and Rachel Petrin, owners of Speech Language Associates, LLC in Cinnaminson, NJ. 

Talking points you won't want to miss include:

  • Professional insight and experience working with families in a remote setting
  • Remote learning/therapy strategies to support speech and language skills.
  • The impact of remote learning/therapy on students with augmentative alternative communication (AAC) device(s).
  • Suggestions and discussion about IEPs 
  • Information about Speech Language Associates, LLC, and what they are doing to support school and families.


To learn more about Speech Language Associates visit their website or email them at [email protected] Also, be sure to find and follow them on Facebook!

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Special Education Out Loud is hosted by Denver Leigh, the Director of Educational Services with Advo-Kids at Posternock Apell, PC. and is sponsored by Blue Light Digital Sound; recorded and produced by Jaime GoWell.

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