The Marshalla Guide: A Topical Anthology of Speech Movement Techniques for Motor Speech Disorders & Articulation Deficits
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I am constantly looking for, and exercising ways of bringing deeper understandings about life to everyone so that we all can experience greater peace, love and harmony in this world.
But having a large bank of strategies to pull from and try will make this whole process much less stressful, at least for speech sounds and oral motor skills!In this seminar Pam Marshalla presents a wide variety of practical methods designed to stimulate carryover in articulation and phonological therapy. The Motor Function subtests of the MOST are designed to assess a client's control of jaw, lip, and tongue movements and praxis through 21 simple probes.
I live my life in a continuous exploration into the depths of the human/spiritual/science experience. This book is perfect for speech-language pathologists and other speech-language professionals who work with children two years of age and older on articulation, motor speech, and/or oral motor.Pam is the author of several best-selling books, lectures, and other materials on the topics of apraxia, motor speech (oral-motor) and articulation therapy.