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Shave hours off of your prep time so you can focus your time and energy where it matters most

Most SLPs hit the ground running after they graduate.  Things are new, exciting, and fresh.  After some time passes, the "SLP burnout" can start to kick in.  There are so many hats that an SLP is expected to wear and it starts to become exhausting!

You might be wondering how in the world it is possible to save time when it seems like you are constantly expected to do more.  You're being pulled in different directions, wearing a dozen different hats and seeing more students than you'd ever imagined.  

I hear you! I've been there and it's not easy.  I usually hear one of two things from the SLPs that reach out to me:

  1. You mean to plan your sessions in advance, but you are just so incredibly busy that it never quite plays out like you'd planned. You want to be a better SLP, but you can never find the time!
  2. You DO plan your sessions with lots of thought and preparation, but you are TIRED. The thought of doing this year after year for the foreseeable future brings you to tears.

So what do you do?  My suggestion is to look at the things you can control and start there.  There are so many "uncontrollables" in our SLP world; like reports, IEP meetings, and all of the expectations that come along with being a school SLP.  Take a look at your current materials. Are they easy to access?  Easy to transport? Easy to prep? Engaging? If you answered no to any of those questions, then I highly recommend that you give digital resources a try. You might be wondering, why digital? Look below to learn how going digital can help you.

Save time. Almost all of the resources on the site are no print or no prep. These materials are ready to use immediately after you download. No cutting, laminating, or printing!

Save space. Because the files are digital they don't take up space in your speech room! No need to worry about complex organizational systems as you acquire more resources.

Save sanity. Sometimes you just don’t have the time to plan your sessions like you wish you could. We’ve done the hard work for you and put together an awesome library of materials that you and your students will love to use for years to come.

Most SLPs get less than 30 scheduled minutes a day to plan for the 20+ students they see that day.  

We all know that isn't enough, primarily because we all know that that 30 minutes is not just for planning. It's for catching up on Medicaid billing, consulting with a teacher who pops in, returning a parent's phone call and so many other tasks that aren't actually "planning" for our sessions.

What if you didn't need 30 minutes of planning each day?  What if there was an easier way?

Go digital and reclaim the time that you deserve. 

Seriously, you deserve it!  You serve others all day long and you go way beyond the call of duty to help your students.  Not only that, but you help out with lunch duty, bus duty, and you evaluate those new students who are thrown at you with no warning.  Why would you deserve anything less than the best?  

Incorporating digital resources into your SLP bag of tricks minimizes stress because it directly correlates with a reduction of time spent planning and preparing for your students.  The best part? You're not skimping on quality and you get to spend more time with your students. These resources are high quality and are developed to maximize student engagement while minimizing preparation time.  

Say goodbye to SLP burnout

  • Shave hours off of planning time. Planning your sessions doesn't have to be a daunting task.  Going digital in your speech room will give you back time that you used to spend planning out each therapy session.
  • Minimize prep time. Once you start using no print and no prep resources, you'll wonder how you you used to always plan, photocopy, cut, laminate, repeat. How will you spend that extra time you get back?
  • Gain access to engaging digital resources that your students will love. Never underestimate the power of a quality no print, interactive Boom Cards, or an engaging video.  These incredible resources knock out a variety of goals and quite often your students don't even realize that they're doing "work".

Find your way back to being the SLP that you've always wanted to be. Become a Digital SLP.

The Digital SLP Membership provides you with resources you need to maximize efficiency, confidence, and student engagement.

All Digital SLP members receive:

  • 1
    Full access to a library of no print and printable materials. No print and low prep materials are available for you to download and instantly implement in your therapy sessions..
  • 2
    Full access to a growing library of Boom Cards. These cards are fun and interactive and sure to keep your students engaged!
  • 3
    Weekly emails with digital recommendations. Hand-picked videos recommendations save you from searching! Videos are excellent tools to practice social skills, assess comprehension, and provide a starting point for great conversation.  Now they're delivered to your inbox each week!
  • 4
    Supplemental homework sheets that compliment each and every no print resource. Coming soon!
Digital SLP

The Digital SLP site is helping hundreds of SLPs save time and regain sanity!

Members are saying:

"This site is wonderful. It has cut my therapy planning time in half and allowed me to spend more time with my students."


Elementary School SLP (K-2)

"No print materials have been a fun addition to my speech room. Kiddos like interacting on my Smartboard or iPad. The materials are high quality. I look forward to the new materials added each month."


Elementary School SLP (PreK-5th)

100% Satisfaction Guarantee!

You are fully protected by our 100% Satisfaction-Guarantee. If you don't love these resources, let us know within 7 days of purchase* and we'll send you a prompt refund.

*Refunds are only honored for subscribers who have downloaded fewer than 3 resources.

Is it worth the investment?

Great question! If you are a school SLP, you're probably making anywhere from $40-60/hr. This is just an average and I'm sure some of you are making more and some less.  If you take half that amount, you are now left with $20-30.  Therefore, thirty minutes of your worked time is equivalent to 1 entire month of the membership (and even less if you sign up for the annual plan!). If these resources save you at least 30 minutes of time a month (and I'm sure they will save you much more!) then you have broken even.  Anything beyond that and you've come out ahead!!!


Most flexibility




  • Full access to a variety of materials are offered in “no print” and “printable” formats. 
  • Access to a growing library of Boom Cards.
  • A weekly email with free video recommendations to use in your therapy sessions right now!
  • Searchable podcast episodes to help you stay current.
  • Coming soon: Supplemental homework sheets for each no print resource.
  • 3 month membership minimum. Cancellation fee applies to early cancels.

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  • Full access to a variety of materials are offered in “no print” and “printable” formats. 
  • Access to a growing library of Boom Cards.
  • A weekly email with free video recommendations to use in your therapy sessions right now!
  • Searchable podcast episodes to help you stay current.
  • Coming soon: Supplemental homework sheets for each no print resource.
  • No cancellation fee. Cancel at any time. 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What grade levels do your materials target?
    • At this time, the materials on the site primarily address PreK-8th. Middle school resources are a new addition and many new resources are in the works to address this population. 
  • What skill sets are addressed?
    • Articulation, fluency (stuttering), language, phonology, and social skills. Language resources are the most prevalent on the site.  New resources are being developed and added to the site each week!
  • What is a "no print"?
    • A "no print" is an interactive pdf file that you open and operate on your tablet, computer, or SmartBoard.
  • What is "no prep"?
    • A "no prep" resource is something that you print out and it is ready for therapy without any further attention or prep work.
  • What is "low prep"?
    • Low prep is a resource that requires minimal prepping time. An example might be a black and white resource that a few pieces that need to be cut before or while you're using the resource.
  • Do I have to sign up for a certain number of months?
    • Unfortunately, many SLPs were abusing the download system when there was no monthly minimum. For this reason, as of April 2019, there is a minimum of 3 months for monthly memberships. There is no minimum for quarterly or annual memberships.
  • What if I sign up and realize it's not the right fit?
    • As long as you contact me within 7 days of your sign up date and have downloaded fewer than 3 resources, you can send an email to me at and I will initiate the refund process.
  • Can I cancel at any time?
    • For monthly memberships there is a 3 month minimum commitment to avoid a cancellation fee. Quarterly and annual members can cancel at any time. Shoot an email over to me at or click on "report a problem" and send a message within your membership dashboard.
  • How do I cancel?
    • You can cancel by sending an email to or by sending a message via. the "report a problem" link at the top of your membership dashboard.

"The no-print materials were a no-brainer for me. They are effective, practical, and motivating to the kids! The no print materials are cost effective with no prep and/or required storage in my tiny speech space."



"I love the value of the website. It’s also nice to have a ‘one stop shop’ and I love the clipart you use. I’m very excited to have this website as a resource!"



"I’m so glad I signed up for this. I was on the fence, but the activities are fantastic and, the best part, no prep time! I can download any activity and use it in therapy immediately."



"My students and I have greatly enjoyed the no print theme-based activities that focus on vocabulary, auditory comprehension and expressive language tasks. Love that this can be accessed at my desktop or iPad, and that you often provide tools for varied levels. These activities seem to keep even my most challenging students engaged. Also love when you use ‘real’ pictures to teach vocabulary."


Elementary School SLP

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