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Online/On-Demand Workshop: Let's Hear It For /R/!

Are you struggling with /r/? Do you want a structured approach to remediate this difficult sound?
Email if you are interested in an online workshop for your company/school OR sign-up for the on-demand presentation

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Need some therapy ideas?  Therapy data logs?  Information on auditory processing or tongue thrust?  Click the clipboard above to access our Documents page to find a wide variety of items we have used over the years that are here to make your job easier!

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What is Telepractice?

Do you need speech-language pathology services, but cannot find a local SLP close enough to your home?  Or, would you like to have the convenience of therapy in YOUR home without the hassle of traveling to an office even if you are in the same area? Why not consider telepractice, sometimes called teletherapy?  

With advances in technology and the Internet, telepractice is the new way to access speech-language services anywhere in the world!  All you need is a high-speed internet connection and a web camera--we provide the link for the meeting place on our secure conference connection.  Therapy sessions take place in real-time
in a face-to-face interaction. 

We specialize in Articulation Therapy to correct sounds like R, S, Ch, Sh etc. We can also work on phonological delays which are entire sound system delays focusing on multiple sounds. Sessions are 15 minutes in length allowing you to save money over traditional 1/2 hour session cost! 


There is a growing body of evidence that supports the effectiveness of telepractice.  The American Speech-Language Hearing Association has a number of good research articles you can access to learn about this exciting technology and how it can enable those with limited access to services.                                     
                    ASHA Articles--Telepractice


Teletherapy for most children can be a great alternative to traditional therapy, but can require more involvement on the part of the parent/caregiver.  While this can be thought to be a negative aspect of this therapy type, parent/caregiver involvement can enhance therapy generalization/carryover resulting in better implementation at home and a shorter number of therapy sessions required by the SLP. 


School systems across the country have started to utilize this amazing technology to provide much-needed services to their students in rural areas while saving a great deal of money at the same time.  If your school system is interested in telepractice, please contact us by clicking the link below:

                   Telepractice Information

 (Jobs for telepractice are not available with our company.)