Whenever you have a new speech student, it’s always a guess to know what speech sounds you will need to work on and the approach that will work best for each person.
That’s why it can be so critical to have a large amount of techniques and approaches in your speech sound toolbox.
Today, we’re going to have a fun conversation that will help you build your speech sound toolbox. Listen in for my interview with Rebecca Reinking from Adventures in Speech Pathology.
In This Episode You’ll Discover:
- Tips, tricks, and hacks when it comes to speech sounds
- How Rebecca uses hand gestures to mimic speech sounds
- Why it is so important to look at behavior
- The types of phonological therapy approaches
- Rebecca’s go-to approach
- How to involve parents in your therapy sessions
Joke of the Week:
Q: Why don’t you wear a cardboard belt?
A: That would be a “waist” of paper.
Where We Can Connect:
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