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Banter Booster #22: Useful tools and resources for speech pathologists

Welcome to Banter Booster! I’m David, and here’s live footage of the Banter team booking in our first in-person-team-training-event in quite a while!

Go the Matildas!

We’ve tried to hit the back of the net with a haul of tools and resources for you this week:

  • FREE therapy resources to support primary and high school students with ADHD, and literacy tools

  • FREE training opportunities for PDA & autism, and reading stamina

  • Tool of the week: Structured writing practice for compound and complex sentences

  • Useful idea: using chores to support language at home

  • Open-access research/summaries about early language development and auditory processing, social-emotional interventions, and more on hearing difficulties & dementia links

  • Perspectives on work and life, including on lunchables, effects of reading difficulties, and the deeply weird but entrancing Otamatone!

No diving this week. Instead, let’s kick off from the centre spot and attack the goal!

Free Therapy Resources

Free Training Opportunities

Tool of the Week

New (expanded) edition now available!

Useful Idea

For older children, we’re big fans of using chores to practice language:

Private Practice Tips

Open-Access Research & Summaries

Client & other perspectives

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