Wondering how you can get parents more involved when it comes to screen time for their child?
You’re not alone! In fact, a lot of SLPs struggle with that. So in this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I’m chatting with Jeanelle Canelo who is here to share some tips to get parents more involved with their children during screen time.
Jeanelle Canelo is a Neurodiversity Affirming, Child-Led & Sensory-Play based New York State Licensed and Certified Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist, Evaluator, and Adjunct Professor.
She is currently working towards her Education Doctorate in Executive Leadership with a School District Leader (SDL) Professional Certificate from St. John Fisher University. She recently opened her new private SLP practice called, Shift We Said.
In This Episode You’ll Discover:
- Common parent concerns with screen time and what you can do
- Ways parents can engage when co-viewing
- How school-based SLPs can get parents involved in their child's therapy
- The pros and cons of screen time for kids
- How incorporating research can help get parents engaged
Not all screen time is bad! I hope you’re able to take these tips from Jeanelle and use them to help students understand how to make screen time educational and healthy for their children by getting involved. If you want to learn more from Jeanelle, you can visit her website, follow her on Instagram, and follow her on LinkedIn.
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Joke of the Week:
Q: What did the duck say after she bought chapstick?
A: Put it on my bill.
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