Watch this informative video clip that shows how our auditory and attention systems function very differently than those of someone with autism:
I found this informative video about modeling over at SpeechPathway.com. It gives nice examples of the different types of modeling used to teach articulation skills.
I just read an informative article over at Apraxia-KIDS that discusses reasons why a child might refuse speech therapy. The article emphasizes that if a child is not participating, we must re-evaluate our teaching methods to facilitate and reinforce success. Check out the article here. Image courtesy of David Castillo... read more →
Image Source:FreeDigitalPhotos.netI currently have a client who demonstrates a lot of muscular tension and I felt that he would benefit from progressive muscle relaxation. While I don't believe that the tension is the underlying cause of the problem, I do believe that it can contribute to the problem. I think... read more →
Hi, I am a speech-language pathologist and I have developed this blog for two reasons 1) to share information and ideas with those experiencing speech-language disorders, 2) to connect with other speech pathologists. I will be posting on many different topics, so please keep checking back. I look forward to... read more →