To uncover the best speech and language websites, we visit over 350 websites each year. These are the best speech and language websites that we think speech language pathologists and parents of kids with speech and language disorders should follow for the next year.
We love to follow what others are doing in the world of pediatric speech and language pathology, so we refer to the best Speech and Language Websites and Blogs often. There are some great sites out there. We originally found many of these sites via the 2012 Top 100 blogs for SLPs, ASHA’s Blogs from A to Z and blogrolls on popular sites. Unfortunately many lists led to dead sites from bloggers who got burned out. If you are a blogger and reading this, you probably know that blogging is not easy. It takes time and dedication. Many start out with an abundance of enthusiasm, but then the enthusiasm wanes and the posts eventually slow to a trickle and then stop. So we wanted to create an up-to-dare list of the best speech and language websites and blogs for our reference. A list that will always provide relevant and timely information, inspiration and ideas. Once we did, we decided to share it with the world. Here is the latest list.
Here is what you will find in the Best Speech and Language Pathology Websites and Blogs
- Blogs from some articulate, smart and creative speech and language pathologists who offer advice, lesson plans, crafting ideas, etc.
- Resource websites that SLPs can use to find evidence based research, clip art and jobs and much more.
- Websites that specialize in a particular disorder – Autism. Voice, Down Syndrome, Childhood Apraxia, Stuttering, cerebral palsy, etc.
- Websites that focus on relevant technology.
We search for sites all the time, but we cannot possibly discover all of the sites that make the Best Speech and Language Pathology Websites and Blogs list with out help. Please nominate your website or blog, many have, or share with us your favorite site that is not on the list and we will put it on our consideration set for the next year.