Useful Links

  • www.speakingofspeech.com – This website allows SLP’s and parents to use resources for free submitted by other SLP’s. Click on the “materials exchange” for free therapy materials and ideas.
  • www.asha.org – This website is a useful resource for families of children with a speech and/or language delay.
  • www.tacanow.org – This is a useful resource for families who have an autism diagnosis in their family.
  • www.autismspeaks.org – Another useful site for families with a loved one with a diagnosis of autism. Get latest therapy technique ideas, ABA therapy information, biomedical information,GFCF diet information, etc.
  • http://www.teachmetotalk.com– Laura Mize, SLP has lots of great ideas and podcasts on her site.
  • www.eikids.com – This website will let you view information about individual therapists and their areas of expertise within the 0-3 population. You can click “Search” and then search by therapist last name, or by the type of therapists you are looking for (PT, OT, SLP, DT).
  • www.apta.org – This site is a useful resource for more information on physical therapy.
  • www.aota.org – This is a useful site to find out more information on occupational therapy
  • www.out-of-sync-child.org – This site gives information on children with sensory processing difficulties from one of the leading sensory integration experts in the field.
  • www.fape.org/idea/2004/summary.htm— This is a quick useful link to learn more about yourrights for your child receiving public education services.
  • This is a summary of key elements of the Privacy Rule including who is …www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/understanding/…/index.html— A useful site to know your Rights to Privacy.