Three New Products for SLPs Working with School-age Children

3 New Products for SLPs Working with School-age Children
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Publication No. 9010 includes three new DVDs in a set.

Using Williams' Normal Talking Approach to Help Children Make Speech Change will increase your confidence and flexibility in teaching students to modify their speech behavior! In this 153-minute video, filmed at the Stuttering Foundation's 2014 two-day conference on working with the school-aged child, Dr. Patricia Zebrowski describes how to teach children to make speech change using Dean Williams' Normal Talking Approach as a foundation. Then, Dr. Zebrowski reviews the various speech modification strategies clinicians can use with children who stutter, including what each technique is designed to change within the speech system and how to use apply the technique in therapy. DVD No. 6325

Stuttering: A Clinical Review of the Evidence. In this engaging 77 minute lecture, Dr. Joe Donaher of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia provides a framework for clinicians to view childhood stuttering from an evidence-based perspective. He presents the latest research in stuttering onset and development, genetics, neurophysiology, and speech motor control. He then helps clinicians understand how to apply this information to the children on their caseloads through the use of several case examples, emphasizing the importance of viewing each child as an individual and creating a strong therapeutic alliance. DVD No. 6330

Helping Children Change Thoughts & Feelings About Communication. For many children who stutter, successfully managing communication involves more than just changing speech. During this 2 hour 55 minute DVD, renowned clinician Vivian Sisskin presents a multidimensional approach as a foundation to help children address the thoughts and feelings that sometimes co-exist with stuttering. She offers concrete strategies to help children become more mindful about their communication, to answer others' questions about what stuttering is and why they talk the way they do, and to recognize how their feelings influence their behavior. Additionally, she presents therapy ideas that will assist children in learning to stand up for themselves, to make active choices about speaking situations, plan actions they will take, and take risks. Recommendations for documentation and measurement are also provided. DVD No. 6335

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