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Prioritizing, Reinvigoration and Inspiration

June 15, 2013


Time flies when you’re having fun . . . or should I just say time flies!  Over the last number of months, I’ve been on a major hiatus from the online world, just checking in now and then – more of a lurker than active participant.  This hiatus was a result of having a close […]

Helpful Resources and Favorite Sites for iPad Information

August 24, 2012


Well, as we are getting ready to get back to the grind in the coming week and preparing for the beginning of yet another school year,  I thought it might be helpful to share some of my go-to sites and resources for information about the iPad, apps and the S-LP! So here it goes . […]

SHANS Speech and Hearing Expo

January 17, 2012


In early November, we had the great pleasure of being a part of the first ever Speech and Hearing Expo in Nova Scotia that was organized by SHANS, our provincial association!!! TiPS had an information booth (pictured right).  VERY EXCITING!!!  We also provided a short information session about the iPad and various apps that we have […]

New Beginnings . . . Fresh Starts

August 5, 2011


In a short few weeks, it will be the beginning of yet another school year.  We’ve been taking a much needed break during July and now in August and can’t help but start to think about and get prepared for the September rush! The summer has provided a time for relaxation, reflection and focus.  It’s […]

The latest BUZZ

April 15, 2011


has been very busy these past few weeks.  March went whizzing by and now seems to be just a distant memory as spring is blooming all around us.  We have been spreading the word about the iPad, downloading apps, tweeting on Twitter, and using the iPad in our schools to create some communication BUZZ (and […]

The S-LP iTool Kit: Where it all started!

February 22, 2011


As itinerant S-LPs, we travel from school to school each day carrying our test supplies and therapy resources/materials in the trunks of our cars.  We have plastic containers and copious black bags with potato heads, slinkys, spinners, books, articulation cards, Ned the Heads, crocodile dentists, and other assorted goodies that we use to stimulate our students’ […]