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by Liliana Diaz
February 13, 2019
Whether you are a parent or SLP, the following apps are a must have if you are considering downloading educational language learning apps. These are some of my favorite apps to use during speech therapy that are available in a variety of languages. Check them out!
This is a bundle App that is available in both Spanish and English. This app comes with pictures A to Z with themes about actions, music, aquarium, farm, and bugs. This app is perfect for working on building vocabulary, answering questions about a picture scene or simply having your student expand his/her utterances by describing the pictures.
This is a great app to work on identifying and labeling common categories like shapes, colors, numbers, body parts, animals, transportation items, & food. This app allows you to choose from the following languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, & French. You can also utilize this app as a reinforcer during structured activities!
Learn Spanish allows you to choose between Chinese, English, Spanish, French, Russian and Vietnamese! This app is great for working on verbs. It provides visuals, a video for each verb and allows you to hear the verb in a sentence.
This app allows you to work on listening comprehension. You can also go over story elements such as main characters. It comes with one free story and then you have to pay for the rest. The stories included are the turtle & the hare, the lion & the mouse, the three little pigs, and Goldilocks and the three bears.
This app is also great for working on categories of common objects like farm animals, food, and transportation items. With this app, you can work on identifying and labeling the items.
This app is great for working on articulation in Spanish. It provides target words for each of the phonemes in the Spanish language. You can also choose to work on the target phoneme in words, phrases or sentences
This is another app that you can use to work on articulation of vowels. Just like Articulation Station, you can also choose to work on the target phoneme in words, phrases or sentences.
It's great to have options when working on articulation. Here is another app that I love using when working on articulation. It also provides several target words for each phoneme in the Spanish language and it also allows you to choose between working on the sound in the initial, medial and final position of words
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by Liliana Diaz
November 22, 2021
With the holiday season approaching, you are probably wondering what to buy for your little bilingual, or perhaps you are looking to gift an educational toy to a little one on a bilingual journey. Well lucky for you, you are in the right spot! As a bilingual speech language pathologist and new bilingual mom, I am constantly on the search for toys that can provide English and Spanish output.
by Liliana Diaz
November 29, 2020
by Liliana Diaz
September 13, 2020
Welcome! I am Bilingual Speechie and this is my speech therapy blog! Here you will find bilingual (English & Spanish) resources & activities for speech language therapy! I am here to make the lives of all bilingual SLPs easier!
My name is Liliana Diaz-Vazquez and I obtained my bachelor’s degree in communication disorders in 2012 and my master’s degree in speech language pathology at Saint Xavier University in 2014.
I am a certified, licensed bilingual speech language pathologist (SLP) currently practicing in Chicago, Illinois. I have a passion with working with the bilingual population! I specialize in pediatrics with children ranging in ages from 1-18 years old and I predominantly serve bilingual and predominately Spanish-speaking students in general education programs, blended preschool programs and low-incidence programs.
I currently work full time in the public-school setting and part time in early intervention. I also run my own blog and create all sorts of bilingual resources/activities which I use with my own clients. I have extensive experience treating and evaluating a variety of disorders. I have worked with children with autism, Down syndrome, cognitive impairments, learning disabilities, apraxia, fluency disorders, language disorders and developmental delays.
My areas of expertise include augmentative/alternative communication (AAC), bilingual language development and the assessment and treatment of language delays/disorders in bilingual children.
I am a certified member of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) since 2014, a member of the Illinois Speech and Hearing Association (ISHA) since 2014 and maintain licensure in the state of Illinois.
Aside from working with families and children, I am a part time foodie! Follow me on social media to check out all my food adventures within Chicago!