As a speech-language pathologist and trained orofacial myologist through the International Association of Orofacial Myology, the need for knowledge and […]
Here’s something I’ve noticed recently- parents aren’t quite sure what kind of “mouth treatment” their child needs. The term PROMPT […]
I specialize in Childhood Apraxia of Speech, and there is A LOT of talk about when you can diagnose. Based […]
SLP land is not free from drama and controversy, and there’s a lot over tethered oral tissues. I think it’s […]
As a solo clinician, the decision to hire help was not one that came lightly. I spent days contemplating whether […]
I was excited to be approached by my EMR, Simple Practice, about writing articles specific to my private practice for […]
Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy (OMT)- it’s a mouthful, and likely not a term you come across in everyday life! But it […]
Welcome our first guest blogger, Janine Segner M.Ed, MS, CCC-SLP! Janine was in my cohort at Gallaudet University, so I […]
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Hi reader! When I find blogs of SLPs with specialities other than mine, I like to read and share for […]
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You may or may not have heard the term, “negative practice” in motor speech therapy. If your child has a […]