41 Gifts For Speech Language Pathologists
Autism awareness jewelry is a popular gift for families who have an autistic child or adult in the family. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know someone on the spectrum, many adults with autism wear these bracelets to remind themselves what they might have missed during their own childhoods. This keychain can be personalized with any message you wish and comes in several colors.
2. Speech Language Pathologist Bracelet
This bracelet with a heart charm and hand stamped with the words “speech therapist” is a special gift to express appreciation to speech therapists.
3. therapeutic coffee mug
A great gift for a speech therapist or mom to be with new baby. A special mug for mom who has a child on the spectrum and needs a little extra “bubble” attention to get them through the day!
5. Goodbye Coworker Keychain
A truly great social worker is hard to find harder to leave and impossible to forget. The heart-warming message keychain is the perfect gift to express your appreciation to your social worker in style! The one will immediately get the idea once look at this beautiful keychain.
7. Everyone Deserves a Voice Keychain
This stainless steel keychain charm is inscribed with the words “everyone deserves a voice,” which is an important reminder for anyone working to improve the lives of others.
8. Dementia Coffee Mug
A great gift for a coffee lover, or someone who works with dementia loved ones. This 11oz mason mug has an ORCA coating which makes the print appear as if it is raised above the surface of the mug. The best part is that there is no ink! Just heat and pressure applied at just the right time to create an amazing 3D image!
9. I Have Ways of Making You Talk Cushion
A cute and funny throw pillow case that lets everyone know you speak through color. This cushion cover is made to order, so if you’d like it in a different size or shape, we can make that happen!
10. Therapy Coffee Mug
A cute mug perfect for a Speech-language Pathologist to drink their coffee from while they are working with kids who have articulation issues. This will be fun to give at an upcoming baby’s speech evaluation when the parents receive this coffee mug as a gift.
11. Wine Tumbler
A fun wine tumbler perfect for a heathy lifestyle. Keeps wine, iced tea, or lemonade chilled for hours and is great for parties! Also makes a great gift for those who enjoy wine or drinking at the beach.
12. Makeup Bag
Lists love their organizational goodies and this one is especially great since it has a section for toiletries and offers so many different ways to organize. There are tons of little compartments in this bag which makes organizing so much easier and faster. Also, this is a super cute makeup bag that will be loved by the recipient!!
13. Personalized Hammock
A gift card may make for a convenient present, but it doesn’t give the recipient the opportunity to choose what they want. With this customizable gift card software from Print Your Own Professional Printing you can easily create a beautiful and useful gift card that your loved one will be delighted to receive!
Key chain gift ideas are always appreciated by the professionals. This keychain is made of stainless steel and has an excellent craftsmanship with a keyring hole at the end, so it can be hung up out of sight if you’d rather not have everyone know you’re a speech therapist who likes cute animal videos.
16. Knit Beanie
Communication is the essence of human life. A gift for a speech therapist is a great way to let them know how much their work has impacted your family. It’s also an excellent stocking stuffer idea since these aren’t exactly common items for someone on the autism spectrum to receive.
17. Everybody Deserves A Voice Bracelet
Everyone deserves a voice, including those who can’t speak! This bracelet is perfect for anyone who has been impacted by a loss of speech and expresses their feelings through jewelry. The metal is sterling silver and the inside of the bangle reads “SLP – Everyone Deserves A Voice.”
18. Everyone Deserves A Voice Bracelet
A beautiful bracelet to show appreciation for a special teacher, speech therapist, and occupational therapist. Perfect gift for a social worker, and therapist. The perfect accessory to any outfit!
19. Everyone Deserves a Voice Keychain
These stainless steel keychains say it all – everyone deserves a voice. The best way to say thank you for the work that speech pathologists do. The keychain is engraved with: “Everyone Deserves A Voice.thank you for helping me find mine” and comes in a velvet gift bag making it ready to give.
20. Personalized Keychain
For those special teachers, parents, or grandparents, who make a difference. Express your support or gratitude by choosing meaningful expressive quotes jewelry for yourself or as gifts for others. Each product carries a message and holds special meaning for the wearer. The message makes people stay strong, feel connected with their family or friends, and feel such warmth from deep in their hearts.
21. The World’s Greatest Speech Language Pathologist Mug
A gift for coffee or hot chocolate, this campfire mug will surely bring a smile. It’s made of stainless steel and holds 11oz of your favorite drink.
22. Personalized Engraved Steel Sculpture
The gift of a name is one of the most memorable and touching presents you can give. This stainless steel sculpture represents the bond between parent and child, formed through the spoken word. Now, he or she can display it with pride!
This little keychain is a great way to show appreciation for all that a SLP does! Thank you notes are so appreciated and this will make their teacher feel appreciated every time they have to take it with them.
24. Gift Card
A great gift for a graduate of any age. Keep them motivated to write by giving them a new notebook and pen every week. The journal acts as their diary and asks the user to reflect on their experience in life thus far, focus on positive experiences, and list five things they are grateful for each day. The 108-page journal is designed to provide support during speech therapy sessions with other professionals such as therapists, teachers, nurses, or others who work with someone who has a communication disorder.
26. Stainless Steel Keychain
Communication is the essence of human life. Help your loved one to practice their speech skills with this stainless steel keychain. It has a cute saying on it that will remind them to communicate clearly!
27. Self-Care Kit
A self-care kit provides a way to organize all of the things you need to take care of yourself. This includes things like lotion, water, snacks, and fun activities to keep your mind occupied while you are healing. The best part is that it takes up very little room and could easily be left at home or in the car.
28. Everyone Deserves A Voice Keychain
This keychain says it all. Whether you are a parent of an infant, toddler or young child with a hearing loss–or someone who works with children and has never met a hearing aid they didn’t like–this makes a wonderful gift!
29. Stress Relieving Coloring Book
This 12-page booklet is designed to be a stress relief coloring book. It has funny phrases and puns that language pathologists (SLPs) use in their daily practice. Since it’s a single-sided 8.5 x 11 inches, you can cut it out and color on both sides if you want to make it last longer!
30. Adult Coloring Book
For those times when the words just don’t seem to be able to do enough of the communicating. Put your feelings into colors with this adult coloring book perfect for speech therapists and people in recovery from addiction. This group mental exercise can help relieve anxiety, improve concentration, increase hand-eye coordination, and reduce insomnia.
This key chain makes a great gift for anyone that works as a speech therapist and is also cute enough to make you stutter. The keychain reads, “Cute enough to make you stutter, skilled enough to fix it” which is the perfect message to send with this fun keychain.
32. Pocket Wine Tote
“My mom is a wine drinker and always has her glass with her. Since she brings the glass with her everywhere, I made this cute little tote that has all of the things she needs for an outing! It includes a insulated wine bottle holder, cup holder for other items like a smartphone or wallet, and even two side pockets perfect for your water bottles!
34. Everybody Deserves A Voice Bracelet
These fun and stylish bracelets are perfect for special occasions like graduation, a teacher’s birthday, or maybe your anniversary. Each bracelet comes with a velcro closure so you can choose the right fit for your wrist.
35. Speech Language Pathology Lined Notebook
This speech language pathology notebook is the perfect gift for anyone who is a SLP or speech therapist and loves to write notes on their therapy sessions. It’s not just a journal – it’s a notebook that can be used as a resource in their future practice!
36. Helping Me Find My Voice Keychain | Color:Blue
Helping Me Find My Voice Keychain SLPs hold the keys to not only a child’s language development, but also their social and emotional growth. This keychain gift is perfect for any speech-language pathologist or speech therapist in your life!
37. Funny Speech Disorders Keychain
This hilarious keychain is perfect for those who love puns andeee jokes. The keyring has a cute saying about stuttering and the letters CD are for Communication disorder. This little gift will be appreciated by many since it can work in the classroom, at home or on the go!
38. Manchengzi Throw Pillow
This throw pillowcase is perfect for you to decorate your room in a simple and natural way. It is made of durable and environmentally friendly cotton linen materials. The 18″x18″ throw pillow cover with unique pattern in black as pictured. Ideal throw pillow cover decoration for your sofa, bed and chair, etc. Fits 18×18 inches size pillow insert.
39. Everyone Deserves A Voice Speech-Language Pathologist Notebook
This speech-language notebook is great for recording therapy notes, student progress, or anything else a therapist wants to remember. It’s also an effective tool for SLPs to use in their clinical practice as they can write down ideas and specific instructions that a student may have difficulty remembering and referring back to at a later time.
This stainless steel keychain is a great stocking stuffer for the holidays. It makes a great gift for social workers, therapists, and anyone that knows someone that works with special needs individuals.
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