Entire Collection from Teach Me To Talk
DVD Set plus all 5 therapy manuals including DVD Titles: Teach Me To Listen and Obey 1 & 2, Teach Me To Talk with Apraxia and Phonological Disorders and therapy manuals: Teach Me To Play WITH You, Teach Me To Talk The Therapy Manual, FUNctional Phonology and Building Verbal Imitation in Toddlers and The Autism Workbook. This set does NOT include Let’s Talk About Talking. The DVD Teach Me Talk is now FREE on YouTube at this link.
Our entire collection!
Teach Me to Talk DVD’s for SLP’s and Parents
FINALLY, THERE’S AN EASY, FUN, NO-TEARS METHOD THAT’S PROVEN TO HELP TEACH YOUR TODDLER TO TALK.
It’s called Teach Me To Talk, and take it from a mother who’s been there! And it’s just amazing. The Teach Me To Talk DVD is packed with strategies that will unlock that beautiful voice your child has locked away inside. And best of all, these strategies are PROVEN to be simple to learn, easy to apply, and successful in teaching young children to talk.
This DVD series for helping young children learn to understand language. A child must understand words before we expect him to talk, and certainly before we expect him to obey. Many parents and teachers label a young child as “difficult” or as a behavior problem when the real problem is he or she doesn’t understand and process language as well as other children his age. This is always true for kids with developmental delays and other diagnoses such as autism spectrum disorder, sensory processing disorder, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy, or prematurity.
During Teach Me To Listen and Obey 2 you’ll see demonstrations of teaching children how to understand all of the major receptive language milestones for children ages 2 to 4. This includes learning to understand verbs, prepositions, adjectives, pronouns, and other concepts such as size, categories, and making inferences. You’ll also find out what’s NOT important to teach your child at this phase of language development so that you can use your time efficiently and wisely.
If you’re having difficulty understanding what your young child is saying to you, this 3 hour DVD set will teach you step-by-step techniques to help your child learn to use speech you can understand. This will be invaluable information for parents with children who have been newly diagnosed with a speech delay or disorder including apraxia and phonological disorders.
Teach Me to Talk Therapy Manuals for SLP’s and Parents
Teach Me To Talk: The Therapy Manual is the go-to resource for speech therapy for toddlers. Pediatric speech-language pathologists RAVE about this manual in courses and follow-up emails! This best-selling therapy manual is essential for any speech-language pathologist, developmental therapist, early intervention specialist or other EI professional who treats toddlers with communication delays and disorders.
This 190-page manual is filled with simple routines, songs, and games designed to inspire adults to interact with children in ways to motivate them to play WITH you. It’s a book of ideas to get you started so that you’ll know what to do when you play with a child who has difficulty staying with you and paying attention or with a child who seems bored and aloof most of the time.
In this 180-page therapy manual Laura Mize, pediatric speech-language pathologist explains the hierarchy of verbal imitation skills she teaches to therapists throughout the country. This simple, straight-forward approach is easy for both parents and therapists to understand and implement during familiar play-based activities and daily routines. Laura’s method delivers a framework for knowing where to begin work with a late-talking child, provides ideas for what to try when a young child’s progress stalls, and can serve as your new approach when your standard methods don’t seem to be adequate for a particular child’s issues.
For speech-language therapists, the best part is learning how to teach parents what to do at home. All this information lines up perfectly with a parent coaching model. You’re telling parents, “This is what you can do during your everyday routines at home to help improve your child’s ability to be understood.” You’ll also get lots of other tools too- checklists for deciding who is and who is not ready to work on articulation (best for helping justify your decision to eager families!), a form to help you prioritize your first therapy goals, cheat sheets for how to cue consonant AND vowel sounds, plus TONS of developmentally appropriate therapy activities that work in clinic, preschool, and home settings.