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Thematic Unit and Parent Calendar Bundle: For Early Intervention SLPs

Thematic Unit and Parent Calendar Bundle: For Early Intervention SLPs

This bundle is perfect for speech-language pathologists working in early intervention and includes two products:

1. Thematic Units for Early Intervention (for SLPs)

2. Themed Activity Calendar to Promote Language Development (for parents of toddlers)


The thematic units are intended to be utilized by SLPs, and the parent calendars align with the monthly SLP thematic units. SLPs can print the relevant theme to give to parents of the children on their caseload.


If you need additional training in working in early intervention, check out our Foundations in Early Intervention webinar by Wendy Avolio.


If you need additional training on utilizing themes, check out our Using Themes to Promote Early Language Development webinar by Adrienne Wallace and Wendy Avolio.


Content Creator Bios

Adrienne Wallace, MBA, M.S., CCC-SLP

Adrienne is the owner of Online Speech Services LLC, which provides online communication coaching, speech therapy and resources for parents and SLPs through direct services and her website, The Interaction Coach. With over 10 years of experience in telepractice, Adrienne created a telepractice blog, Telepractice Tools, and offers consulting, webinars, online courses and materials to help others add telepractice to their service delivery offerings. She has done several presentations at the ASHA Convention on effective telepractice service delivery and has served on the ASHA Convention Telepractice Topic Committee.


Wendy Avolio, MA, CCC-SLP

Wendy was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, and currently resides in Southern California. She has been a speech-language pathologist for the past 46 years. She received a Bachelor’s in Speech-Language Pathology from Bradley University and Master’s in Communication Disorders from Northern Illinois University. Her scope of practice has included diagnostics and treatment of phonological, language, fluency and voice disorders from birth to geriatrics. Most recently, her focus has been with infants and toddlers in early intervention; and working with school age children is her secondary focus. Wendy has a 90% dismissal rate for her early intervention kids by their 3rd birthday.

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