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Bilingual Therapies Celebrates Read Across America Day

Bilingual Therapies always has a wonderful time celebrating Read Across America, but this year was extra special as the theme was “Celebrating a Nation of Diverse Readers”. I loved to read as a child and vividly remember reading stories from the Childcraft book “Children Everyone”.  This book had stories of children from around the world and as […]

2019 Bilingual Symposium for Service Providers with Bilingual Populations

Bilingual service providers don’t always have many options for continuing education opportunities that focus on bilingual populations.  This was a concern for us at Bilingual Therapies, as we predominately work with bilingual professionals, so we did something about it… “Since 2001 we have been organizing this unique symposium that brings together researchers and practitioners to […]

Spotlight on ASHA 2018

Bilingual Therapies was elated to have two of their clinical fellows present at this year’s ASHA Convention in Boston.  We know that the clinical fellowship year is a fast-paced journey, but Annette Cano and Michelle Hernandez found time to fit the convention into their busy schedules.  Both presented posters that highlighted their graduate thesis work.  […]

World Down Syndrome Day: Socks and Role Models

It’s World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), started initially by the United Nations. This significant day means the world will unite in recognition and awareness the only logical way it knows how: by donning colorful footwear. While getting creative with your choice of socks is a good way to celebrate pretty much anything, credit for this […]

Luck of the Irish

March means it’s time to dress up in green and embrace your inner Irish self. Even if you are not Irish, kids and adults enjoy celebrating St. Patrick’s Day each March. Younger children will enjoy learning about the stories of leprechauns. Kids who are new to our country may not be as familiar with St. […]

The Importance of Black History Month

Black History Month is celebrated in the United States during February. Schools often spend a lot of time talking about the important accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It’s also crucial to spend additional time to focus on other men and women who fought for civil rights in America. Children in multilingual families may […]

A Month of #BTLove

February is known as a month to celebrate love, with Valentine’s Day happening mid-month. Besides loving your family, friends, and partner, it also feels great to love your job, right? This month, we wanted to find out how much our clinicians love working for Bilingual Therapies, or more specifically – with their recruiter. When we […]

Special Interest Group 14: Melissa’s Perspective

Whether you’re new to the field of speech pathology or an experienced clinician, it’s always helpful to have a community to connect with! Our clinical director, Melissa White, is currently the associate coordinator for ASHA’s SIG 14 group and will be the coordinator next year. This Special Interest Group focuses on cultural and linguistic diversity, offering […]