The frontal and lateral lisps are considered mild articulation errors, yet they can be difficult to change in some clients. This seminar presents practical techniques for the remediation of the six sibilants: S, Z, Sh, Zh, Ch, and J. The course opens with the normal production of these phonemes based on research in palatography, and it progresses immediately to remediation techniques. Using the evidence-based practice as a model, the techniques to be discussed integrate information from the lab, the clinic, and the client. These methods are derived from historic and modern texts on articulation therapy from research data, and from the presenter's own 35 years of clinical experience. The course includes a lecture, slides, and small-group learning activities. Ample time for questions and discussion will be included.
Successful "R" Therapy
Carryover Techniques in Articulation and Phonology
Improving Intelligibility in Apraxia and Dysarthria
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
We are incredibly sad Pam passed away June of 2015. She was and inspiration to so many of us. She was instrumental in getting this website started. We are forever grateful for her teachings and her mentoring so many of us. Her work will continue to have an impact on SLP's everywhere. Pam Marshalla was a practicing speech-language pathologist for more than thirty years. She worked with children of all ages and ability levels in schools, hospitals, private practices and university facilities. She presented at hundreds of conferences and seminars in the United States and Canada. She founded, and for fifteen years was president of, Innovative Concepts Inc., a continuing education company. Pam was founder and co-chair of the Oral Motor Institute, and for five years she served on the advisory board of the Library of Speech-Language Pathology. You can visit Pam's website: pammarshalla.com
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|15 min: Introductory of the sibilants|
|30 min: Frontal lisps and lateral lisps|
|75 min: Treatment strategies|
|30 min: Other sibilants elicitation and treatment|
|20 min: Resources|
|10 min: Questions and answers|
|Financial||Pam Marshalla received compensation for this presentation from SpeechTherapyPD.com. |
|Nonfinancial||No relevant non-financial relationships exist. |