PARENTS GUIDE TO SPEECH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

$5 ASHA CEU Courses

Now you can get your ASHA continuing education credits and certificates online. Just choose and enroll in your course, watch the video or listen to the podcast, and then you will take an online assessment and receive your certificate by email.

Do you want us to file your ASHA CEU Participant Form?
When you take the assessment, you will have the opportunity to upload your participant form, and we will file for you.

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  • 1.

    Choose Course

  • 2.

    Watch Course Video

  • 3.

    Enroll & Pay $5 Fee

  • 4.

    Take Assessment

  • 5.

    Get CEU Certificate in Email

$5 ASHA CEU Courses

Now you can get your ASHA continuing education credits and certificates online. Just choose and enroll in your course, watch the video or listen to the podcast, and then you will take an online assessment and receive your certificate by email.

Do you want us to file your ASHA CEU Participant Form?
When you take the assessment, you will have the opportunity to upload your participant form, and we will file for you.

VIEW ALL ASHA CEU COURSES>>

  • 1.

    Choose Course

  • 2.

    Watch Video/Lisen to Podcast

  • 3.

    Enroll & Pay $5 Fee

  • 4.

    Take Assessment

  • 5.

    Get CEU Certificate in Email

Speech Therapy Courses

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If you are new to our $5 CEU courses and want to see what to expect, try it out with 2 FREE courses. You’ll receive a certificate of completion to count toward ASHA, licensure, or credentialing, but we will not be filing ASHA credit for these free courses.

Try for
FREE

If you are new to our $5 CEU courses and want to see what to expect, try it out with 2 FREE courses. You’ll receive a certificate of completion to count toward ASHA, licensure, or credentialing, but we will not be filing ASHA credit for these free courses.

ASHA CEU Course Characteristics that Differentiate Autism

ASHA Provider Code AAYF - Course 1000 In this one hour audio video podcast, ASHA CEU Course Characteristics that Differentiate Autism from Other Language Delays, join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com to learn the six main characteristics that differentiate ASD from language delay in toddlers. A ...
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ASHA CEU Course #392 Prelinguistic Skill #7 Understands Familiar Words and Follows Directions

In this one-hour audio and video podcast, we’re explaining in detail Skill #7 Understands Familiar Words and Follows Directions. Speech-language pathologists refer to this skill ...
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#391 Prelinguistic Skill #6 Plays Appropriately with a Variety of Toys

ASHA CEU Course #391 Prelinguistic Skill #6 Plays Appropriately with a Variety of Toys

In this one-hour audio and video podcast,  ASHA CEU Course #391 Prelinguistic Skill #6 Plays Appropriately with a Variety of Toys, we're explaining in detail ...
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ASHA CEU Course #390

ASHA CEU Course #390 Prelinguistic Skill #5 Joint Attention

Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she explains the 11 prelinguistic skills all toddlers master before words emerge. This is show #6 ...
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ASHA CEU Course #389

ASHA CEU Course #389 Prelinguistic Skill #4 Develops a Longer Attention Span

Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she explains the 11 prelinguistic skills all toddlers master before words emerge. This is show #4 ...
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ASHA CEU Course #388

ASHA CEU Course #388 Prelinguistic Skill #3 Teach A Child Begin Turn Taking

This ASHA CEU course #0388 Prelinguistic Skill #3 Teach a Child to Begin Turn-Taking, reviewed the eleven prelinguistic skills toddlers master before language emerges and ...
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ASHA CEU Course #387

ASHA CEU Course #387 Prelinguistic Skill #2 Teach a Child to Respond To People

This ASHA CEU course #387 Prelinguistic Skill #2 Teach a Child to Respond To People, reviews the eleven prelinguistic skills toddlers master before language emerges ...
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ASHA CEU Course #386 Prelinguistic Skill #1 Teach a Child to Respond and Interact

ASHA CEU Course #386 Prelinguistic Skill #1 Teach a Child to Respond and Interact

Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP, in this ASHA CEU Course #386 Prelinguistic Skill #1 Teach a Child to Respond and Interact, as ...
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ASHA CEU Course #385

ASHA CEU Course #385 When Is A Child Developmentally Ready to Talk?

Before any child begins to talk, he’s mastering a set of 11 distinct skills that develop before we begin to hear words. Let me explain ...
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TEACH ME TO TALK

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Is your child a late talker?

I can help! There are 2 great ways to use these speech therapy videos. For adults... parents and therapists can watch to get ideas for how to facilitate language development during one-on-one play with toddlers. In other words, you'll learn what to say and how to play! READ MORE >

Speech Language Development Articles

Heart Shaped Lacing Boards for Toddlers

In planning therapy for the next few weeks, I'm thinking about a couple of my little friends who have mild motor delays in addition to super short attention spans. Here's ...
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When Is A Child Ready to Talk?

If you've followed my posts or podcasts over the last few years, you know that Johnny and I dramatically changed our lives and moved to a very small town in ...
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EASY Christmas Tree for Toddlers

Looking for an EASY last minute Christmas activity for toddlers? This little craft works for lots of kids - even ones who usually reject art activities. Make a pom pom ...
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We Wish You a Merry Christmas… Toddler Style!

Last week one of the fabulous moms I'm working with taught me some new verses to "We Wish You a Merry Christmas." (Thanks Rachel!) Besides being adorable and fun, I'm ...
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Do You Need REAL HELP?

Do you struggle to come up with what you should actually do during your time with a child who isn't talking? Is it frustrating for you to work with a ...
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What’s In Your Sensory Table?

What do leaves, pumpkins, and feathers have in common? They've all been in my sensory table for the last month! (This fall we opened a brand new office - here ...
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Finishing Up Fall

I've had a blast getting back on the floor this fall! My favorite fall activities have been... a sensory table filled with (artificial) leaves toddler-sized rakes for raking up all ...
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Let’s Move!

This week's podcast is on the fourth prelinguistic skill from Let's Talk About Talking (on sale now for $10 off!) which is... Develops a Longer Attention Span (That show will be ...
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Still No TV For Me

Last year I wrote a post about a decision my husband and I made to pull the plug on the TV at our house. In the last year, our television ...
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Jumping for Joy!

This week we've added our 9th new one-hour CE course and it's making me so happy... as you can see! If taking an online CE course is new for you, ...
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Universal Truths

Last week Johnny and I had an amazing experience I want to share with you.   The Watato Children's Choir from Uganda, Africa performed in our church. We were a ...
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Reno Updates at teachmetotalk.com

So many of you have sent me the sweetest emails asking how our reno is going for our new mission-based clinic. Here's the latest... Today was a BEAUTIFUL day to ...
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Backward Chaining… A Fantastic “Trick” for Helping a Toddler Learn Multisyllabic Words

As speech-language pathologists, we’re asked “How do you…?” questions everywhere we go. Last night at church I had a great question…   How can I help my little guy learn ...
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Getting Back to the Floor!

I'm so excited to announce that Teach Me To Talk is opening a mission-driven speech therapy clinic in my new beautiful hometown of Stanford, KY - the second oldest city ...
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FUNctional Phonology

INITIAL TREATMENT TIPS FOR FINAL CONSONANTS

Do you need some ideas for helping a toddler learn to include final consonants in words? Here's a sample from the TREATMENT section of my therapy manual FUNctional Phonology. Final consonants ...
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Teach Me To Play WITH You

Therapy Manual Combo Pack SPECIAL

I have a deal for you if you're a pediatric SLP (or a committed mom or dad)! When you buy all 4 of my therapy manuals, Teach Me To Play WITH ...
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“Watch me!” Not Just for Kids

When we're working with children, one thing we often say is "Watch me!" Then we perform whatever skill it is that we want them to do. This is also a ...
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Parent (and Therapist!) Coaching Tips

Many therapists get caught up in the trap of wanting to coach parents, but chicken out when they begin to feel uncomfortable and unnatural or when it doesn't go as smoothly or as ...
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Product Recommendations for Parents and Professionals

RESOURCES FOR HELPING A CHILD LEARN TO TALK and HELPING TODDLERS WITH SPEECH DELAY Parents and professionals often ask me which teachmetotalk.com product would be most helpful for them to help ...
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Ready or Not? Targeting Speech Intelligibility in Toddlers

How do you decide when a toddler is developmentally ready to target speech intelligibility? Do you have a decision making process or do you begin targeting new sounds without giving it ...
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Principles for Designing Sessions for Toddlers

From my new therapy manual FUNctional Phonology... Let’s face it. Anytime we’re trying to direct a toddler’s attention and focus on what we want him to do instead of what ...
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FUNctional Phonology

Functional Phonology is Shipping!

    Do you need help working with a late-talking toddler who is also unintelligible? I have a great tool for you! It's my therapy manual Functional Phonology and it's ...
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My New Artic Book for Toddlers is Finally Here!

This morning I'm saying something I've waited a long time to hear... MY NEW ARTIC THERAPY MANUAL FOR TODDLERS IS READY! It's called... FUNctional Phonology: A Language-Based Approach for Treating Speech Intelligibility ...
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When a Toddler Won’t Play Social Games with You, Try These Tips!

Are you having a hard time getting a child to play social games with you? There are 3 common problems we see: 1. A child avoids and tries to getaway. ...
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