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$5 ASHA CEU Courses
Now you can get your ASHA continuing education credits and certificates online. Just choose and enroll in your ASHA CEU courses, watch the video or listen to the podcast, and then you will take an online assessment and receive your certificate by email.
The best part of this series is the handout PDF for each show with parent handout or CE credit purchase.
Do you want us to file your ASHA CEU Participant Form?
When you take the assessment, you will have the opportunity to request that we will file it for you.
Watch Video/Listen to Podcast
Enroll & Pay $5 Fee
Get CEU Certificate in Email
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ASHA CEU Course Characteristics that Differentiate Autism
ASHA CEU COURSE #458 Receptive Language Milestones by 36 Months
ASHA CEU COURSE #457 Expressive Language Milestones by 30 Months
ASHA CEU COURSE #456 Receptive Language Milestones by 30 Months
ASHA CEU COURSE #455 Expressive Language Milestones by 24 Months
ASHA CEU COURSE #454 Receptive Language Milestones by 24 Months
ASHA CEU COURSE #449 Clinical Supervision and Education: ASHA’s Guidelines for Best Practice
ASHA CEU COURSE #453 Expressive Language Milestones by 18 Months
ASHA CEU COURSE #452 Receptive Language Milestones by 18 Months
ASHA CEU COURSE #451 Expressive Language Milestones by 12 Months
ASHA CEU COURSE #450 Receptive Language Milestones by 12 Months
ASHA CEU COURSE #448 Speech Therapy Games for Toddlers and Preschoolers with Language Delays
ASHA CEU COURSE #447 Ethics…Application for Therapists in Early Intervention and Pediatrics
ASHA CEU COURSE #446 Ethics for the SLP: Reviewing ASHA’s Code of Ethics
ASHA CEU COURSE #439 Coaching Parents for Better Participation and Outcomes
ASHA CEU COURSE #438 What is Autism? Discussing the Initial Diagnosis with Parents… Part 2
ASHA CEU COURSE #437 What is Autism? Discussing the Initial Diagnosis with Parents… Part 1
ASHA CEU COURSE #436 Best Pretend Play Themes for Building Language for Toddlers and Preschoolers with Language Delays
ASHA CEU COURSE #435 Selecting Therapy Activities for Toddlers
ASHA CEU COURSE #434 Treating Apraxia in Toddlers: Tips for Parents
ASHA CEU COURSE #433 Treating Apraxia in Toddlers and Preschoolers Part 2
ASHA CEU COURSE #432 Treating Apraxia in Toddlers and Preschoolers Part 1
ASHA CEU COURSE #431 Recognizing Apraxia in Toddlers and Preschoolers
ASHA CEU COURSE #422 Imitation Matters! The Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers Podcast Series
ASHA CEU COURSE #423 Teach Me To Imitate Actions with Objects: Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers Podcast Series
ASHA CEU COURSE #424 Teach Me To Imitate Body Movements & Gestures: The Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #425 Teach Me To Imitate Face and Mouth Movements: The Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #426 Teach Me To Imitate Easy, Early Vocalizations: The Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #428 Teach Me To Imitate New Words: The Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #429 Teach Me To Imitate Phrases: The Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #427 Teach Me To Imitate Verbal Routines: The Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers Podcast Series
ASHA CEU COURSE #430 Early Signs of Autism
ASHA CEU COURSE #421 Top 5 Strategies for Parents of Late Talkers
ASHA CEU COURSE #420 The Effects of Childhood Trauma on Early Language Development
ASHA CEU COURSE #419 Late Talking: A Clinician’s Guide with Research to Improve Parent Counseling
ASHA CEU COURSE #418 Teaching Toddlers Developmentally Appropriate Consonant Sounds
ASHA CEU Course #417 Making Books Better for Toddlers with Language Delays Part Three
ASHA CEU Course #416 Making Books Better for Toddlers with Language Delays Part Two 18 to 36 Months
ASHA CEU COURSE 415 Making Books Better for Toddlers with Language Delays Part One 6 to 18 Months
ASHA CEU Course #401 Explaining Autism to Parents
ASHA CEU Course #402 Meet a Child Where He or She Is…The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #403 Teach Social Games First – The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #404 Joint Attention and Turn Taking in Very Young Children with Autism…The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #405 Play Skills in Very Young Children with Autism…The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #406 Receptive Language Development in Very Young Children with Autism…The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #407 Imitation in Toddlers with ASD…The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU #408 Expressive Language Development in Toddlers and Preschoolers with ASD…The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #409 Treating Expressive Language in Toddlers and Preschoolers with ASD…The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #410 Getting Started with AAC… The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #411 Helping Nonverbal Children Find Their Voices
ASHA CEU Course #412 Facilitating Peer Interaction…The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #413 Addressing Jargon and Echolalia… The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #414 Introduce Structured Teaching… The Autism Podcast Series
ASHA CEU Course #400 7 Best Strategies for Teaching Toddlers Phrases
ASHA CEU Course #399 Teaching Expressive Language During Daily Routines with Toddlers
ASHA CEU Course #398 Teaching Expressive Language with Familiar Toys
ASHA CEU Course #0397 Getting Started with Visual Supports with Toddlers
ASHA CEU Course Teach Me To Talk the DVD for CE Credit
ASHA CEU Course #396 Prelinguistic Skill #11 Initiates with Others
ASHA CEU Course #0395 Prelinguistic Skill #10 Uses Gestures
Easter Therapy Guide for Toddlers…FREE One Hour CE Course
ASHA CEU Course #394 Prelinguistic Skill #9 Imitates Others
ASHA CEU Course #393 Prelinguistic Skill #8 Vocalizes Purposefully
Winter Speech Therapy Guide for Toddlers
Valentine’s Day & Winter Structured Teaching Activities for Toddlers
ASHA CEU Course #392 Prelinguistic Skill #7 Understands Familiar Words and Follows Directions
ASHA CEU Course #391 Prelinguistic Skill #6 Plays Appropriately with a Variety of Toys
Structured Teaching Activities for Christmas for Toddlers…FREE ONE HOUR CE COURSE
ASHA CEU Course #390 Prelinguistic Skill #5 Joint Attention
ASHA CEU Course #389 Prelinguistic Skill #4 Develops a Longer Attention Span
ASHA CEU Course #388 Prelinguistic Skill #3 Teach A Child Begin Turn Taking
ASHA CEU Course #387 Prelinguistic Skill #2 Teach a Child to Respond To People
ASHA CEU Course #386 Prelinguistic Skill #1 Teach a Child to Respond and Interact
ASHA CEU Course #385 When Is A Child Developmentally Ready to Talk?
ASHA CEU Course #384 Tips for Teaching Toddlers to Point
ASHA CEU Course #383 Sign Language for Babies and Toddlers
ASHA CEU Course #382 7 Steps for Teaching Pretend Play
ASHA CEU Course #381 Jumpstart Expressive Language in Late Talking Toddlers
ASHA CEU Course #380 Teaching Final Sounds and Speech Diagnoses Review
ASHA CEU Course #379 Teach Toddlers a Variety of Syllable Shapes and Change Vowels
ASHA CEU Course #378 Teaching Vowels and Initial Consonants to Improve Speech Intelligibility In Toddlers
ASHA CEU Course #377 Overview 6 Priority Patterns to Teach Toddlers
ASHA CEU Course #376 How to Cue Speech Sounds with Toddlers
ASHA CEU Course #375 Designing Successful Speech Therapy Sessions
ASHA CEU Course #374 Artic in Toddlers
ASHA CEU Course #373 Factors that Indicate Significant Speech Intelligibility Problems
ASHA CEU Course #372 Best Ways to Teach Nonverbal Toddlers to Imitate
ASHA CEU Course #371 Address Red Flags for Communication Delay
ASHA CEU Course #370 Red Flags for Delayed Communication Skills
ASHA CEU Course Creating Verbal Routines for Late Talking Toddlers
Teach Me To Talk Testimonials
Happy Therapists, Teachers, Parents & Children
"Hello Miss Laura,
First, I would like to thank you for all you do for us moms who are lacking support in the autism community, and thank you for providing tons of information and resources to help our bright children. I myself benefited so much from watching your videos and reading your daily emails. I cannot stress enough how much all this information helped my toddler. Of course, getting an autism diagnosis for your child is extremely scary (she was diagnosed at 2 years old) and I was depressed and did not know what autism was, how it affected children, and how to teach children struggling with this condition. However, your videos helped me to find light in my child and now I am your biggest fan! I rewatch your videos over and over again to make sure I didn't miss anything that can help my daughter. I even purchase two books- Autism workbook and Teach me to Play. My toddler was completely non-verbal, she didn't know how to imitate, no eye contact, no pointing.. you name it she didn't have any skills and I didn't know how to teach her! And that is until I discover ed You- my toddlers (Fairy: smiling_face_with_3_hearts:)!
Now she is little sweet 2.5 years old and she says "mama" (I cried when she said that magic word), she waves bye bye or hi, she points, she gives "high 5", her joint attention is great and overall she is doing so much better! And that's all because I have been doing everything you described in your books and videos! I. My mind I always play "repetition, repetition and repetition", teaching her everything through play that she so much enjoys!!! I can write forever explaining how much I taught her through yr videos and books! And the most amazing thing is that her speech therapist is a big fan of yours as well so it worked out perfectly since we understand each other and work based on your teachings! The therapist even owns the same books I own ...I am so grateful that my toddler has such an amazing therapist; especially the one that understands autism and is ready for a real challenge! God bless you for all you do and I cannot wait for my toddler blossom.. you gave me hope and lit the light inside me. And I'm determined to work with my girl :)"
"Dear Laura Mize and Team,
Thank you so much for all your hard work and publishing books! Our 17-month-old toddler suddenly exploded into speaking and imitating everybody's gestures and sounds, just a week or two after we 'completed' all activities that are listed under 11 pre-linguistic skills! Your method really works!"
I absolutely LOVE all of your workbooks, especially your Autism Workbook. Starting with Social Games has been a game changer for many of my littles with ASD and their families. It's been the best way for them to finally connect and sustain shared attention and engagement, leading to longer social interactions, through play!"
Jodie, Dev, Therapist
"Hi Ms. Laura,
Thank you so much for the videos you have posted on your youtube channel. They are so direct, informative, and helpful. Thank you for being a resource for me to become a better therapist."
"Hi Laura - I just wanted to say I received my copies of the Apraxia workbooks yesterday and I LOVED workbook 1 (not ready for 2). I'm on chapter 8 and going through the questions carefully so I'm prepared to help my son. I knew it was a great book when you acknowledged the fact that sometimes therapists and doctors don't bring a positive and supportive vibe when diagnosing. I remember being terrified at the mention of apraxia and ASD by both because they had these very concerned looks and made it seem like it was a death sentence. I know now (in LARGE PART, THANKS TO YOU AND YOUR VIDEOS) that it doesn't have to be!! I see a future for him now. You SINGLE-HANDEDLY, through your books and videos have empowered me to help my son after the doctors and therapists have gone home. You've given me strategies, play ideas, plans on how to keep moving forward. I don't always do things right, but I know I'm on the right track and I love that I can reference, and re-reference your books to help me keep going. As I was reading the book, I was so proud of myself because I've used strategies from your previous books and it felt good because I could check off a lot of the skills that you discuss. So, thank you for all your previous books as well!!"
"Gosh, I love all of your emails/podcast/website, just everything!! I work in early intervention as a behavior analyst and am learning so much from you!"
I love your work! I am a professor of early childhood special education and a speech language pathologist! I have worked to help children learn to communicate and I know how valuable the information you share is for both early interventionists and pediatric speech language pathologists!
Thank you for systematically organizing and explaining essential steps for young children to learn and develop. You are having a great impact on our profession, the ECE profession and families!"
If this is Laura herself reading this email let me take this opportunity to thank you from the bottom of my heart for all that you have put forth for us professionals. I own every manual (except the autism manual) and have watched every course on DVD. I have listened to countless podcasts. All of what I’ve come to be as an Early Intervention speech therapist was absolutely to your credit. With your resources at my side I have never needed to scramble for answers and strategies and above all the clear language I use when communicating with parents. My fun, animated affect and key phrases I use have been learned through watching your example. So….thank you! May you be blessed."
"I just wanted to thank you so much for your incredible help! You are so kind and lovely and every time I implement something you've taught in your manuals or videos it is always a success, I cannot thank you enough. I really appreciate how specific you are in giving us examples of wording to use and how to use a toy in therapy with your videos, it is exactly what I need to properly help my little students. I also really appreciate your list of books of list of toys. I have seen my little students make significant progress thanks to you. I'm looking forward to watching more of your videos, taking more of your CEU's, and reading more of your materials. From the bottom of my heart: thank you so much again!!"
What an inspiration!
Thank you for helping me be a better Developmental Therapist. I often listen to your podcasts which help me help families.
Your enthusiasm, professionalism and
the sheer volume of information is so great.
You are part of my team.
I just wanted you to know I appreciate you."
Thank you for your generosity in sharing so much knowledge in such a clear and enthusiastic way.
As a retired audiologist with a fabulous and language delayed grandson, I used your podcasts and outstanding publication, The Autism Workbook, to inspire and guide me over the past year.
It works!! He went from barely verbal, no gestures, didn't respond to his name etc etc to a verbal, social, curious, ready to imitate anything, fill in the blanks on familiar "set" speech, generate his own totally appropriate and mostly understandable sentences...not just short phrases anymore... full little paragraphs...about imaginary things, what he did during the day, what he wants. True communication!
You make a powerful difference in this world! ❤"
"Laura Mize, you are a Godsend. I don’t know how one human can have so many helpful things to say in a beautifully organized way, so often. Always amazes me when another super helpful email comes from you, and for free. With free YouTube videos and cheap CEUs. THANK YOU!!!"
"I purchased the book on autism and have watched the #400s series podcasts. Laura Mize has been more effective in teaching autistic tendencies, than many professors, shadowing professions, and the 100s of books, articles and classes or videos, or live workshop speakers, have been at teaching effective practices for a child with ASD. Some of the many lessons she has taught, which I will now use, to be a more effective Interventionist, include but are not limited to: red flags, typical behaviors, self-stimulating behaviors, not taking away toys, rather showing child to play with toy appropriately. She gives examples of child's actions, "inappropriate," explains the reason for: why the child is engaging in these behaviors and how they can be replaced with more appropriate, effective fuctional and age-appropriate skills."
"I’m sure Laura gets these messages all the time, but I thought I’d share. I stumbled across Laura‘s "Autism or Speech Delay?" YouTube video when I really needed it. This video finally listed and explained some of the red flags my son was showing for autism. I share the link anytime a parent is questioning in my FB autism group. This mother I don’t even know said Laura's video changed her life. I know exactly how she feels because It changed families too. Thank you to everyone at Teach Me To Talk."
"Good Morning Laura,
I received your book (The Autism Workbook) yesterday and it is absolutely amazing! As I evaluate young children (0-3) for developmental delays and write plans for them with their parents, there are a ton of ideas that are ready to use. Others that reinforce what I have been doing, and saying, all along. Thank you so, so much for writing this incredible book and pulling everything together in one place!"
FRANCINE IN MICHIGAN
"Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge, experience, and guidance.
I’m a parent who bought the autism workbook and it’s the only clear resource I found to make a change in my son. I’m really thankful to Ms. Laura for helping out people like us all over the world."
"Laura Mize, all I have to say is that ALL YOUR STRATEGIES WORK."
ANNE, YouTube viewer
"We have 7 SLPs in our preschool (public) program for special needs children (ages 3-5) and we use your courses, books, and techniques every day! 🙂 We have seen our preschoolers make such great gains!"
"I just received Teach Me to Play With You, and it is ALREADY WORKING! WOW!
Girl…my son is 3 years old, and he NEVER asks for something using words. We were playing “Get Your Belly” (from Teach Me to Play WITH You), and after several times, he laughed and screamed "BEWIEEE!!!" It was a hoot. And I can't believe he said it! I have played with him like this before, but this time I took your advice and acted CRAZY!! I will act like a total lunatic if it will get him to talk to me! Now I can give him "the look" from across the room, and he will say it. That manual is so amazingly practical, and it is a GODSEND right now! Thank you SO MUCH!”
"I wanted to send you a quick email to say thank you. I started watching your videos/podcasts about 4 months ago. My son has gone from losing words he previously used, only having about 7 words at his 2 year check up in August (assessed at a blended 10 month language level) -- to now having so many words, increased social engagement, following commands, spontaneously requesting things, and naming letters & numbers (not in order) as well as colors. We had our monthly meeting with our SLP through the state infants & toddlers program and it felt like we were just bragging the whole time, but I knew in the back of my head it was because I have been using strategies you taught me.
We still have so much work to do with our sweet boy, but I know in my heart he would not have succeeded without the education you provided. I will continue to read your emails & watch videos as we go along this journey and face challenges, but credit is due to you, Laura.
Thank you so much, endlessly."
"I just want to tell how fortunate I feel to have found your website and you!! I became a special instructor in EI almost a year ago and I started with hardly any applicable training. I felt so lost and confused as how to help the kids I work with learn how to use words and play. Honestly, I didn't even understand the importance of play, although I always played with my kids. But, once I started to watch your podcasts and get some of your manuals I felt a weight had been lifted off my shoulders and that I could finally teach these kids and their families something of value from a real therapist and based on research!. Thank you so much for seeing the need to help other EI service providers and providing a forum to share your knowledge and years of valuable experience. I'm sure you get a lot of these emails every week if not every day, but I wanted to make I could add to those notes of gratitude!! THANK YOU again!!"
"Just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for these emails and your books, I have them all and they have seriously saved and improved my sessions with my kiddos. Huge thank you."
"I was very frustrated with how speech therapy was going for my child. I would take him and drop him off and not hear much of anything from his therapist and teachers other than, "He had a good (or a bad!) day." Your materials were invaluable for us because I learned how to work with him on his speech. I learned how to teach him to talk and play. I learned how to pay attention to his cues and work with him to teach him to communicate. Without it, I have no doubt he still wouldn’t talk."
"Hi! I just wanted to say (from an SLT perspective) how incredibly useful I am finding absolutely all of your articles, blogs and resources - I only discovered your site last month and have just received all your books which I feel I am learning more than on my entire university training course!! But also the way in which you give specific, realistic, fun, encouraging ideas for working with parents is really just fantastic, I only wish I have your site sooner! Thanks so much from the UK! Kind regards."
"I just wanted to reach out to say thank you for making things a little easier to manage for me this year. I made the transition from school SLP to private therapist about a year ago. While the change was welcome, it was a lot, and I was just getting my footing in the clinic when I began teletherapy full time. Your website has been a huge lifeline in helping me work with late talkers and coach their parents in an accessible but effective way, even remotely. I look forward to getting your emails each week. I am floored by the amount of valuable, free information that your website provides, and I’m looking forward to investing in your workbooks soon. A sincere thank you for all you do!"
"You are an inspiration! I am truly grateful for the way you put into words and writing how to do what we do as SLPs. At this time in my 13 years of practicing, I find your encouragement keeps me going. As a single mom, I find it a stretch to buy materials these days and I am so thankful for the freebies you so generously share that help me teach my families. I don’t have much time to put together lists or quick references for parents!! Much gratitude!!"
Laura thank you so much. Btw, you have transformed my therapy- I have become such a competent and strong therapist after watching probably like 350 of your videos and podcasts over the past few years. And I am a seasoned therapist with almost 25 years experience. (Yes prob 350 episodes ha!) But there was still a lot I learned from you. I have such a thorough understanding of birth to 3 development and how to properly incorporate appropriate therapeutic goals, techniques and strategies now, thanks to you. Kelly
Hi Laura,I want to thank you so much for the resources you provide, my daughter has delayed speech and though she qualifies for CDS. Honestly the most progress she has made in her speech/language development has been after I implemented your 5 top strategies for delayed talkers! She is now almost 2.5 and her vocabulary is well over 75 (I haven’t counted recently, could be over 100) words when at 2 she barely had four words. Honestly the last few months have been a transformation for her.