8 Ways to Integrate Parents into Therapy

November 16, 2010
Sharon Soliday, CCC-SLP

Tomorrow, 11/17th, Brooke Unwin, Ed.D, CCC-SLP will share about the 8 ways to integrate parents into speech therapy. Join us at 12noon for our live webinar where she will talk about the following 8 points:

  1. Don’t assume that speech/language treatment is the most important thing in parents’ lives
  2. Remember to share some basics
  3. Be transparent with students & empower them to be part of the process
  4. Sometimes the best thing you can teach parents is to back off!
  5. Communication Journal/Notebook
  6. Invite parents to be a part of your sessions
  7. Teach them to analyze their work with their children
  8. Think of the parents as your clients. They deserve to know what you are working on with their children.