If you didn’t already know, I worked for several years as an SLP. During that time, I saw my share of students with articulation errors. I’ve also done my share of strategies to help students correct these errors just like all of my fellow SLPs.
Some sounds are an easy fix and others linger in the world of misarticulation for years. One of the biggest pains for all of the speechies in the world is that /r/ sound. There are countless strategies to get students to produce this stinker of a sound the right way, so you can imagine when I saw this strategy I’m about to share with you….well it made me say to myself, “Where was this when I was practicing articulation therapy?”
This simple technique rocked me back in my seat. Can’t wait to hear your response!
Take a look for yourself. You can thank me later J
For those of you who have not yet signed up to see Dr. Ross Greene on Friday, November 18th at Westfield High School, Westfield, IN, there is still time to register. Our last count was 423 registered participants!!!!!
Go to the Indiana Resource Center for Autism and sign up!
If you have FOMO (fear of missing out), you’ll need to hurry. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to hear this dynamic speaker and author of The Explosive Child, Lost at School and Lost and Found.
If you are dealing with children who have behavior issues, Dr. Greene’s amazing conference will give you new perspective and solid strategies to help resolve the lagging skills you see in your children!
Hope to see you there!
Let me know how you like this week’s /r/ strategy! Leave me a comment. I can’t wait to hear!
You take care and I’ll see you next time!