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ANNOUCEMENT!

I’m so happy to announce that Baby Del Duca #2 is arriving very soon (if he hasn’t already).  Today was the official due date for Baby #2.  I think you know what this means…. …This mama SLP will be out of commission for a few months focusing on our new blessing. In the meantime  I […]

2nd Bloggy Bday Giveaway #3: Itty-Bitty Books for Articulation Practice-complete bundle!

My 3rd bloggy bday post comes from the lovely Abby author of Schoolhouse Talk blog and creator of some wonderful TpT products!  Find more about her here: Blog: slp123.blogspot.com/ , Shop: teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Schoolhouse-Talk , Facebook: facebook.com/SchoolhouseTalk, Instagram: @schoolhousetalk and Twitter: @SchoolhouseBlog.     Hello! I’m so excited to be a part of Communication Station’s 2nd blogiversary!! Maria writes such an excellent blog, creates very informative posts, and is extremely generous […]

2nd Bloggy Bday Giveaway #2: Don’t Be a Zombie!

  My second giveaway celebrating my 2nd bloggy bday comes from the great Kelli Hungaski MS/CCC-SLP, lover of all things ASD related (as my loyal followers know this is right up my alley) and blogger over at Speech2u.  You can find her wonderful products at her TPT store and follow her on her Facebook page.  I’m so excited to be […]

2nd Bloggy Bday Giveaway #1: My Toddler Talks!

    The first post celebrating my 2nd Bloggy B-day is from the brilliant infant and toddler SLP, Kimberly Scanlon, M.A. CCC-SLP, owner of her own private practice and author of My Toddler Talks.  Learn more about her while following her blogs www.mytoddlertalks.com and www.scanlonspeech.com. You can also find her on facebook, pinterest, and twitter.     Let me begin with a big […]

Guest Post: Applying for Disability Benefits for Children with Communication Disorders!

Today I have a guest post written by Molly Clarke, who is the Social Media Coordinator for Social Security Disability Help and contributes regularly to the Social Security Help Blog.  She explains the process of applying for disability benefits for parents whose children have communication disorders.   To contact Molly with further questions, please email […]

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