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#349 Top Strategies to Target Receptive Language During Everyday Routines

In this podcast, I share my best techniques for helping a toddler learn to follow directions and understand ...
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#347 Strengthening Social Connections in Everyday Routines

In this week's show, we're continuing the topic from last show #346 for using my hierarchy for treating ...
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#346 Teaching a Child To Connect and Respond During Everyday Activities

In this show I'm continuing my podcast series "I Need a Plan" beginning with a review of the ...
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#341 ABC Data Collection for Analyzing Behaviors

Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP from teachmetotalk.com with ABA therapist Jessica to discuss a simple ...
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#345 Water Play… Using the Framework for Treating for Late Talking Toddlers

In this show, we begin with a brief discussion of what to do when a therapist doesn't seem ...
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#344 I Need a Plan! A Framework for Working with Late Talking Toddlers

This week's show outlines the framework for working with late talking toddlers. Here's the show: Here's the summary: ...
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#343 Lessons I Learned This Week

Working with typically developing toddlers for 2.5 hours a day all week has reminded me of some very ...
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#342 Update for An Active Little Girl from Previous Shows

Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com as she talks with SLP Kendra about the ...
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#340 DIR/Floortime… Evidence-Based and Effective for Treating Toddlers with ASD

In this show, I talked with Floortime & autism educator Dr. Jennie Trocchio to discuss the DIR/Floortime approach ...
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#338 Tips for Talking with Toddlers with Language Delays

How many of us received clear direction for “how to” speak to a very young child with language ...
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#337 Why Isn’t This Working? Reasons Expressive Progress Stalls

Frustrated with a late talker's progress, or more honestly, lack of progress? There are some very common reasons ...
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#336 Why Can’t My Child Use Phrases? Answering This Common Question

When I asked email subscribers to send me questions to answer on the podcast, I received half a ...
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#335 Oral Alerting Activities (or Not!) for a Toddler With Markers for Apraxia

Several weeks ago an SLP I've struck up an email friendship with emailed me about one of her ...
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#334 Progress in a Month! Follow up from #329 for Little Girl Who Runs Away Often

Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP from teachmetotalk.com as she follows up with an SLP from ...
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#333 Follow Up Show for a Busy, Busy Little Guy

In this week's podcast, we're following up with Madelyn, an SLP from show #325. She gives us an ...
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