Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.,S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com for this episode of the podcast as we discuss diagnostic issues related to speech intelligibility in toddlers.
This is part 3 of the series. If you’ve missed the first 2, catch up!
Listen to part 1 – Show #316 Speech Intelligibility in Toddlers Part 1. In this show we discussed norms for speech intelligibility by age range and red flags that tell you when a toddler’s articulation skills should be a focus for treatment.
In part 2, we talked about setting priorities for your goals for intelligibility. Listen to Show #317 Speech Intelligibility in Toddlers Part 2.
On today’s show, part 3, we’ll discuss 4 specific articulation diagnoses with tips for correctly identifying each one and recommendations for initial treatment plans for toddlers for each diagnoses.
- speech delay
- phonological disorders
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This information is from a section of my course Early Speech-Language Development: Taking Theory to the Floor. CE credit is available for this 12 hour course on DVD. Right now it’s on sale for 20% off when you use the coupon code 20off. This offer is valid for August 2017. If you’re listening after this date and need a current coupon code, email me at Laura@teachmetotalk.com and I can help!
If you’re a parent with a child with speech intelligibility issues – specifically apraxia and phonological disorder – my DVD Teach Me To Talk with Apraxia and Phonological Disorder may be just what you need to help you work with your child at home. You’ll see great therapy clips with toddlers to get you headed in the right direction. Therapists will find this information fantastic for their youngest clients. Use the coupon code SPEECH to save $10! ASHA CE credit is available for SLPs too!
** FYI – When mentioning the 5 subsystems of speech on this show, I left out prosody! Prosody is the intonation or rhythm of speech. I referred to this as fluency when prosody was the more correct term. Sorry! This SLP is a little tired Saturday afternoon : ) **