5 Better Questions to Ask Your Child’s Speech Pathologist After a Session instead of “How was it?”
Follow these tips to make these initial experiences successful and, in many instances, propel your child to progress quicker.
As a supervisor in a graduate clinic for Speech Pathology students, the first goal we instruct our students to write is to “establish rapport”.
As a Speech Language Pathologist with a specialization in Speech Sound Disorders, I am constantly teaching and thinking (and speaking!) about clear speech production.
I have grown so much in that time—personally and professionally as well as emotionally– and reflecting on this growth has caused me to consider how my therapeutic interactions have shaped my beliefs.
Learn how to help them expand their vocabulary and use language variety consistently.
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