Speech Therapist, Speech and Language Therapist, SLP, Speech Pathologist – we call ourselves by many names. Regardless of the title we use, the one constant is that we all want the best outcomes for our clients and families. This presents two challenges. Finding the right resource for each client can be difficult but there is never enough time to create your own resources in a jam-packed day.

Just like you, I am a busy speech pathologist always on the look out for fun and innovative resources to maximise the outcomes from my sessions. Finding resources which are relevant, cost-effective, and engaging can take as long as creating one from scratch. So, over the years I found that I was making more and more resources myself. I started Speech Concepts as a way to share the resources I was developing. The range of practical resources have all been tested in the real world, and could be just the thing you have been looking for.

Check out our fun speech therapy resources for your clinic, and don’t forget to tell us if there is something you would like us to develop.



We have several sets of Speech Resources to help you harness the power of working through the articulation hierarchy…learn more


Targetted intervention comes from a thorough and comprehensive assessment.



Blanks questions are one way to encourage oral language development…learn more


Whether it is Christmas, Easter or Valentines Day it is a great chance to change…learn more


Language is huge! Over the coming months activities will be added to support your therapy…learn more



Phonological Awareness (phonemic awareness) refers to an understanding of the sound structure of language…learn more


Social awareness is something which needs to occur whenever we are in the presence of others…learn more


Vocabulary size is the most important factor impacting upon the ability of school-age children…learn more


How to share an imagination

I am a sucker for the middle aisle of Aldi.  They had unicycles last month – doesn’t everyone know someone who needs a unicycle?  Anyway … I didn’t buy a unicycle, but I did buy another load of books. They are hard to go past; great titles, great prices.  A couple of...

Brain and Body in the Group

I love the phrases Body in the Group and Brain in the group. They are perfect phrases to prompt what is expected when hanging out with friends or working on a group project. They are easy to deliver and give kids the cue to make a change.  You can see...

So many books, so little time!

Check out my first favourite book.  I have many!  I will be sharing my favourite books and the activities I pair with them over the coming weeks.  Happy Book week.

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