Help for Struggling Learners

Set up School-Wide Systems to Support Children with Language Delays

A child's ability to understand and use language is foundational to their education. Language skills impact a child's ability to learn from their teacher, communicate with their peers, and develop their reading and writing.

Children who are delayed in oral language skills need additional supports and interventions to catch up to their peers. This week-long workshop will help you set up school-wide systems that will support those students and the teachers and educators who work with them.

Training for your Whole School!

Through this week-long workshop,
SLPs, Teachers, and Admins will work together to create a system of supports for children with language delays

What's Included:

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    1. Webinar: July 24, 2023 - 1:00 PM CDT

    1. Webinar: July 25, 2023 - 1 PM CDT

    1. Webinar: July 26, 2023 - 1:00 PM CDT

    1. Webinar: July 27, 2023 - 1:00 PM CDT

    1. Live Q&A Session: July 28, 2023 - 1:00 PM CDT

July 24th-28th, 2023

  • $75.00
  • Live webinars at 1:00 PM CDT Daily
  • Recordings Available Afterwards
  • Certificate of Completion for 4 PD Hours

Purchase a Ticket to the Week-Long Workshop:

Or, Get the Workshop Free when your Purchase the Core Language Program

Get our language intervention curriculum and attend the workshop for free!

What We'll Cover Each Day:

Monday: Overview of Setting up MTSS Language Interventions for your Whole School

For Everyone!

During this first hour-long webinar, we'll give you a broad overview of how you can provide increasing levels of support throughout your school for children who are struggling with oral language skills.
Setting up MTSS Language Interventions for your Whole School

Tuesday: Setting Up District/Building Wide Screenings, Referrals, and Systems for Supporting Children with Language Delays

Great for Building and Program Admins

On day two, we'll dive in deep on how to set up your building-wide system to support these struggling learners. We will go over how to set up screenings, referrals, and systems that make it identify who is struggling and move them through the different levels of support.
Language Screenings and Referrals

Wednesday: Improving Tier 1 (Classroom) and Tier 2 (Small Group) Educational Practices for Children with Language Delays

Great for Teachers and Specialists

For day three of our workshop, we'll talk about what happens in the classroom. We will discuss how educators and specialists can explicitly teach oral language skills to support language development, reading, and writing. We'll talk about how to increase the level of supports for those students who aren't making progress on their English/Language Arts skills from the regular classroom teaching.
Teaching oral language skills in the classroom

Thursday: How to Provide Tier 3 and Special Education Interventions for Children with Language Delays

Perfect for Speech-Language Pathologists and Special Educators

On day four of our workshop, we'll dig into how to help those students who didn't make progress with the Tier 1 and Tier 2 interventions in the classroom and/or small group. Now we get into how to individualize instruction for each student based on their specific language impairment.
Language Therapy Curriculum

Friday: Workday and Q&A

Bring your Whole Team!

I hope you've brought your whole school team with you! (If not, send them the link and have them watch the recordings!) On day five, we will work on setting up your school's systems. Every school is different so you'll want to customize your plan to what works for you. On Friday, you will have the opportunity to hop on a live call with Carrie to ask questions and work through challenges. Your school's MTSS plan for language will continue to grow and improve as you implement it. So for now, just focus on getting started.
Language Therapy Curriculum


Carrie Clark, CCC-SLP

Welcome! I am a speech-language pathologist based out of Missouri, United States of America. I work full time running the Speech and Language Kids website and our professional membership program at In addition to that, I also see speech therapy clients in a local school district one day per week.

I've worked in early intervention, preschool, and k12 schools. I've also run my own private practice and worked in continuing education through my websites. I've spent hours digging through the research on what works and doesn't work in therapy. And I've also spent hours streamlining and simplifying my own practice to help me make the most out of my limited time as an SLP.

Now, I'm ready to help you do the same! I've poured everything I know into creating courses that help you learn the most effective and streamlined ways to support your clients And you'll know that everything I'm recommending is a strategy that I have used myself with great success. My courses will break down skills for you into step-by-step plans that you can implement in therapy right away. And I'll help you learn shortcuts and organization hacks that will save you time and energy and help you love what you do again. I can't wait to get started and show you how much better this job can be!

Carrie Clark, CCC-SLP


  • What Ages is this Workshop For?

    This workshop will cover all school-aged children from Kindergarten-high school.

  • Who Should Attend this Workshop?

    This workshop is designed with your whole team in mind! We have resources that will be helpful for SLPs, special educators, teachers, and building administrators, or anyone else involved in supporting the language learning of students at your school.

  • Can I ask questions or get support while taking the course?

    Yes! You will have access to a one-hour webinar presentation each day. Plus, there will be a discussion box on every page where you can ask questions and get support.

  • How long will I have to complete this workshop?

    This workshop will last for one week. However, you will have access to the course materials for a full 6 months.

  • Can I Get Continuing Education Credit for this Course?

    Yes! You can download a certificate of completion for the 4 hours of video content. However, Speech and Language Kids/SLP Solution is not an ASHA-Approved CEU provider so we cannot offer you ASHA CEUs for your participation. You can use the certificate of completion as "Professional Development Hours (PDH)" and they can count toward your 30 hours that ASHA requires. You will need to check with your state licensing organization or your country (if outside USA) to see if they will accept PDH instead of CEUs.