How to Plan for a Month of Therapy

Jean and I presented on literacy-based therapy at the SLP Summit earlier this month.

We talked about how literacy-based therapy…

We also just happen to love books and what they can do for our students!

Easier Planning?

Yes! That caught my attention, too.

Let’s go back a few years…

I was loving my job, but my caseload had nearly doubled, and I was drowning! I was working so hard to meet my students’ needs, but I just couldn’t seem to keep up with it all.

That is when I started exploring literacy-based therapy, and I saw how it helped my students and made my job easier.

I want to share that with you, so…

Let’s Figure It Out Together!

Even with a framework, I know that it can still be overwhelming to figure out how to make this happen with your caseload.

Did you…

  • watch our SLP Summit presentation and loved Gillam and Ukrainetz’s five-step framework for literacy-based therapy?
  • want more practical examples of what the actual planning looks like?
  • want more ideas for skill-based practice?
  • want some FREE cheat sheets and therapy materials to get you started?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, then you are in the right place!

We are gearing up for a 5-day challenge to help SLPs implement literacy-based therapy!

Our goal is for all SLPs who participate to leave with a month-long literacy-based unit that they can use with their caseload (right away)! We will share tips and tricks so that SLPs can easily plan future units and implement LBT in therapy with confidence.

We’ll be sharing access to video tutorials, live Q&A sessions, free cheat sheets and therapy materials, and an awesome community of like-minded SLPs to make that happen. And it’s all free!

Click here to sign up for the challenge!


Hi there! I'm Marisha. I am a school-based SLP who is all about working smarter, not harder. I created the SLP Now Membership and love sharing tips and tricks to help you save time so you can focus on what matters most--your students AND yourself.

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