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Try these Online Speaking Exercises, Anytime, Anywhere Your clients want to re-establish independent communication. We have FREE exercises to help them. With our new TalkPath Online Speech Therapy, you and your clients can work together on more than 1,250 speaking exercises. Your clients can work on their speech with activities like: Functional Word Repetition Functional […]

AMTA? AMTA’s purpose is the progressive development of the therapeutic use of music in rehabilitation, special education, and community settings. Predecessors, unified in 1998, included the National Association for Music Therapy founded in 1950 and the American Association for Music Therapy founded in 1971. AMTA is committed to the advancement of education, training, professional standards, […]

The members* of the Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA) Education Coalition are pleased to announce that the Dr. Lawrence Albert Memorial Webinar Series on Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA) is now available on demand for you to review, share with colleagues and use as a resource with patients and families. There is no […]

Better Conversations with Aphasia, a course offered by UCLeXtend. UCLextend offers online courses, led by UCL academics, to help you extend your knowledge, skills and expertise in a range of subject areas. Description Better Conversations with Aphasia is a free e-learning resource to improve access to conversation therapy for speech and language therapists/pathologists (SLTs), and […]

Ipads and Aphasia: A Good Investment? The largest fad in aphasia therapy seems to have been the introduction of Ipads and Ipad applications that can be used for therapy. At The Aphasia Center, it seems as though everyone who comes to the program already has one or immediately buys one because someone else has it. […]

This from Irene Torres for ASHAsphere: During my more than four decades of work, I have found that the answers to the questions I get asked are not in textbooks. They are in the trenches of experience. Clinicians do not want to know when children eliminate fronting or when irregular past tense develops; they can […]

Lighten Up Your Therapy Sessions with Positive Reinforcement By: Jourdan Saunders I love seeing each of my students faces light up when they are provided with positive reinforcement. Their smiles are priceless and it really makes them try even harder. Think back to parents, teachers, mentors and other individuals in our lives that made us […]

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Tricks to Help Speech Lessons Carryover into Daily Life, an article by BETSY SCHREIBER, APRIL 30, 2021 for ASHA How can our clients better incorporate new skills into their speech in their daily lives? It seems that they are often limited by their social interactions with caregivers, parents or spouses, so that they can’t practice […]