If you do articulation therapy, you need a mouth model! I have been an SLP for over a decade and I’ve been collecting mouth models since day one.So which models are the best? How can you effectively use them in therapy? I’m here to share my collection and recommendations with you! I’ve got links to all the models I’ve purchased, so you can just click on the images below to buy your own!
Dwight is right. The R sound can be menacing! But trust me, you can learn to love the challenge of treating R errors as much as I do! In this blog post, I’m going to share my general outline for R therapy and some of the resources you can use to make it a successful experience.
Looks like things are going to be a little different this fall. Fortunately, I’m prepared. Well, as prepared as I can be during a pandemic when the data and news stories change daily. I went on an online shopping spree in search of the best PPE for school-based SLPs and I’m here to report my findings!
I’m always telling my students to pull their tongue back, bunch it up, andmake it tight. But what if they don’t quite understand that tension piece? Here are some ways to teach it that have worked for me over the years.