Phonological processes are patterns of sound errors that typically developing children use to simplify speech as they are learning to talk
Padlet is an excellent tool to use when learners work together in the classroom. It acts as an online whiteboard for the aggregation of ideas, images, videos, and other articles. It has a problem-based learning system that allows learners to post research questions and work toward the answer through their combined work.
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A multiplayer app created to help kids with their pronunciation. The app contains over 1,000 images selected by a top language pathologist to enhance phonology at the word and phrase levels. Articulate it! is available on various iOS devices, making it convenient for mobile language pathologists, educators, or parents.
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The speech pathologists need to manage and automate documents with the fully integrated system. By investing on the speech therapy software, specific templates can be used by therapists and clinics. This EMR software has simple and easy-to-use practices which make practice management free of errors. The best speech therapy software complements interactive consents while make the workflow within the clinic simplified.
Many years ago, early in my career, there was an argument that existed, that if a deaf child was taught sign language, it would be a disincentive to speak. One only has to spend some time with deaf adults to see that they communicate using all of the tools available to them, including sign language and speech, and while speech might be how we are programmed biologically, even greater than speaking, is our desire to communicate, in all the ways necessary including: voice, gestures, writing, facial expression, and so on.
This is a guest blog post by Jennie, a school-based SLP, all about speech therapy materials for preschool and early intervention. Like with any population, it is so important to have the proper tools to create therapy sessions that are engaging, fun, and meaningful. Below are some of my favorite toys, books, and apps to use with the early childhood demographic. It is crucial to find the right tools in order to be a more confident and successful speech-language pathologist, but I want to emphasize that you don’t need all these things. I find that intentionality and simplicity is key in order to create purposeful and effective therapy.