With a growing multicultural population, the need for bilingual school professionals is increasing. This means that there is a high demand for expert speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, sign language interpreters, and school psychologists and an even higher demand for those that are bilingual. Unfortunately, there are current shortages of speech-language pathologists and some areas […]
Bilingual Therapies Blog
As a school district, the primary goal is to see that your students succeed. Ensuring your students have the appropriate and necessary services is certainly a key component and our Bilingual Therapies team is here to help you by providing top notch professionals to achieve those goals. For students with speech and language disorders, one […]
Heading back to school can be tough for everyone involved. New routines, schedule changes, and demands can often make kids a little sad, nervous, and confused. Thanks to this, it is often nice to do some items that will help you to bond in individual and group sessions with the children you are working with.
Bilingual Therapies 2013 Symposium in San Jose, Costa Rica We at Bilingual Therapies hope that 2013 is filled much happiness and success. We are excited to let everyone know about our 2013 symposium which will be held at the beautiful Costa Rica Marriot Hotel in San Jose. We are very proud to announce our speakers […]
Bilingual Interest Inventory – Book About You Kids love to write, talk, and share items about themselves. Imagine how they will feel if they write their own mini-book about the person they know best. This mini-lesson will not only help them to work on their reading and language skills, it will help them to boost […]
I Spy at the Park – Activities for Younger Language Learners Language acquisition doesn’t have to end over the summer. Indeed, there are a number of activities that are perfectly suited to outdoor adventures such as a trip to the local park. Use these outings as a fun opportunity to play language building games such […]