Activity Lists

Lists of phonemes, blends, words, minimal pairs, phrases, sentences, and/or paragraphs to use in your sessions

Search lists of concepts (OT), exercise routines (PT), idioms (ST), foods (FT), and many other lists that can be directly applied in your sessions.

9 activity lists

(Mixed list) All About Me Question List with Additional Prompts

Use as a companion to the All About Me PDF. Make the activity harder with these additional questions.

33 items | by Virginia Ingram

(Sentence list) How do I talk to a friend who made me cry?

Tips for having a conversation with a friend who made you cry.

4 items | by Virginia Ingram

(Mixed list) Phone call to the library to see if a book is in

Roleplay a phone call to the library to see if they have the book you want to check out.

10 items | by Virginia Ingram

(Sentence list) Phone call to the doctor's office to make an appointment

Roleplay a phone call to the doctor's office to make an appointment for tomorrow.

13 items | by Virginia Ingram

(Mixed list) What do you say when calling 911?

If you need to call 911 for an emergency, you need to be prepared with what you will say. This can be used as a social story.

13 items | by Virginia Ingram

(Mixed list) Stuttering self-report rating scales

Scaling is a useful way to measure how talking is going for a client who stutters. It's also a way to measure progress over the course of therapy, which is helpful for goal-setting and measuring da...

12 items | by Ian Quillen

(Mixed list) Stuttering, Regular Disfluencies, and Tricks/Avoidances

A list of examples of stutter-like disfluencies, typical disfluencies, and possible tricks/avoidance behaviors that are used to get around moments of stuttering (these can include secondary behavio...

25 items | by Ian Quillen

(Word list) Feeling words for communication

List of feeling words. This can be used to talk about feelings someone might have about their communication, recognizing their own feelings, or recognizing their feelings in others.

21 items | by Ian Quillen

(Mixed list) Thinking traps

A list of thinking traps/unhelpful thinking patterns. Use this list when discussing negative thoughts about communication with individuals who stutter, or individuals with communication challenges.

42 items | by Ian Quillen

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