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Aline Heller

How To Get Rid Of A Lisp - Speak Clearly And Appear Smarter

A lisp is a speech problem that is often experienced by some people during certain situations. It may cause a negative psychological impact to a person therefore it ...

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Cynthia Zhai

Project Your Voice Effortlessly

Voice projection should never be hard work. The effort you need to speak is as much as you need to make a sigh. Read the article to find out how you can project...

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Dave E

More than 70% of stutterers who undertake an intensive stuttering therapy course relapse back into stuttering fairly quickly after therapy. How can that be? Initial results are all good, and we love

By: Dave E l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jun 29, 2012
Dave E

Stuttering is a complex communication disorder rather than simply a speech disorder. The term, ABCs of Stuttering (A = Affective, B = Behavioural, C = Cognitive), sums up its complexity. Research

By: Dave E l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jun 29, 2012
Dave E

Let today be the end of procrastination of doing something about your stutter / stammer. How many times have you said to yourself, "I really have to do something about my stuttering, it's driving me

By: Dave E l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jun 28, 2012
Angeline Sayoc

Do you have a child who cannot use his words to comment, or does not say what he wants? Info talk is a simple therapy technique that will possibly help your child to speak.

By: Angeline Sayoc l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jun 23, 2012

When most people think of speech therapy, they immediately think of articulation. Speech therapy involves more than just pronunciation. Speech therapy also helps people overcome communication

By: Rebecca H Haas l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jun 17, 2012
Syed Faran Akhtar

When talking about linguistics and its diversity, there is one interesting fact. American Sign Language is actually among the most used in the world. Did you know that sign language has a grammatical

By: Syed Faran Akhtar l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jun 17, 2012

Parents are often concerned by the question of whether their child might be dyslexic or might become dyslexic. This article talks about a precursor to dyslexia that parents should be aware of. The

By: Jodi Tommerdahl l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l May 12, 2012

Does your toddler have so many toys that it has become a distraction? As you're cleaning out your house this spring, don't forget to go through your toddler's toys. Once you've decided on the toys

By: Rebecca H Haas l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l May 10, 2012
Samuel Keith

Children during their early childhood years undergo different developmental changes. One of these developments involves their speech. Accompanying these changes and adaptations are some dysfluencies

By: Samuel Keith l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l May 05, 2012
Samuel Keith

Stuttering, a speech disorder, is the disruption of the smooth flow of speech. Repetitions, prolongations and blocks are the primary characteristics of this disorder. Stuttering is caused by a number

By: Samuel Keith l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l May 05, 2012
Samuel Keith

Children, especially those in their pre-school years, experience disruptions when speaking. These disruptions can be in the form of repetitions of certain words and syllables, prolongations of sounds

By: Samuel Keith l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l May 05, 2012
Samuel Keith

Stuttering as a speech disorder poses a lot of beliefs and theories concerning its origin and characteristics. One of them is the belief that stuttering is a result of the mismatch between a person's

By: Samuel Keith l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l May 05, 2012
Samuel Keith

"W-w-w-what are you doing?", "Today is sssssssunday.", "That is a... (block) kite." These are just some examples of utterances of people with stuttering. Also called stammering, stuttering as a

By: Samuel Keith l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l May 05, 2012
Cynthia Zhai

Voice projection should never be hard work. The effort you need to speak is as much as you need to make a sigh. Read the article to find out how you can project your voice effortlessly.

By: Cynthia Zhai l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Apr 20, 2012
Aline Heller

A lisp is a speech problem that is often experienced by some people during certain situations. It may cause a negative psychological impact to a person therefore it is very important to get rid of it

By: Aline Heller l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Apr 17, 2012
Nancy Daniels

Ever find that when you open your mouth to speak, the result is a voice that quivers or shakes? Often, we attribute the quivering voice to the elderly; however, a shaky voice can also be found in

By: Nancy Daniels l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Apr 10, 2012
Adele Jane

Do you want your child to be great at putting things together? How good do you want your child to be at following instructions - and giving others directions? Recent research has shown that that way

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Mar 26, 2012
Cynthia Zhai

People often feel strained after talking for some time. Here's a list of voice care tips. More importantly, you must learn how to project your voice better so that you can talk as long as you want

By: Cynthia Zhai l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Mar 15, 2012
Adele Jane

Parents and teachers get frustrated, understandably, when children don't do as they are told, or don't remember what they are supposed to do. The perception often is that a child "doesn't listen".

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 20, 2012
Adele Jane

Dysphagia is the medical term for swallowing difficulties. Swallowing is just something that happens for most people without having to think about it, but dysphagia can affect all people of all ages,

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 20, 2012
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Aline Heller

A lisp is a speech problem that is often experienced by some people during certain situations. It may cause a negative psychological impact to a person therefore it is very important to get rid of it

By: Aline Heller l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 110 lComments: 0
Cynthia Zhai

Voice projection should never be hard work. The effort you need to speak is as much as you need to make a sigh. Read the article to find out how you can project your voice effortlessly.

By: Cynthia Zhai l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Apr 20, 2012 lViews: 77 lComments: 0
Samuel Keith

Stuttering as a speech disorder poses a lot of beliefs and theories concerning its origin and characteristics. One of them is the belief that stuttering is a result of the mismatch between a person's

By: Samuel Keith l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l May 05, 2012 lViews: 70 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

We all want our children to be able to make their way comfortably in the world. To do this they need to be able to relate to others and to behave acceptably in social situations. So what does a

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 03, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Dave E

Stuttering is a complex communication disorder rather than simply a speech disorder. The term, ABCs of Stuttering (A = Affective, B = Behavioural, C = Cognitive), sums up its complexity. Research

By: Dave E l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jun 29, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Parents and teachers get frustrated, understandably, when children don't do as they are told, or don't remember what they are supposed to do. The perception often is that a child "doesn't listen".

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Literacy - acquiring reading, writing, and spelling - is one of the most complex things we do. This article gives an overview of all the different processes that need to happen, all at the same time,

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Trevor Johnson

Everyone mumbles at some time or another. But the problems begin when mumbling your words is your default mode - the thing you instinctively do every time you open your mouth to speak. Then other

By: Trevor Johnson l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 10, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Samuel Keith

Stuttering, a speech disorder, is the disruption of the smooth flow of speech. Repetitions, prolongations and blocks are the primary characteristics of this disorder. Stuttering is caused by a number

By: Samuel Keith l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l May 05, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

As a Speech Pathologist I often see children who are sent by kindy or preschool teachers, because their speech is difficult to understand. This may be called poor articulation or expressive language

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 03, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Do you want your child to be great at putting things together? How good do you want your child to be at following instructions - and giving others directions? Recent research has shown that that way

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Mar 26, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Syed Faran Akhtar

When talking about linguistics and its diversity, there is one interesting fact. American Sign Language is actually among the most used in the world. Did you know that sign language has a grammatical

By: Syed Faran Akhtar l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jun 17, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Dysphagia is the medical term for swallowing difficulties. Swallowing is just something that happens for most people without having to think about it, but dysphagia can affect all people of all ages,

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Parents who bring their child to me for Speech Pathology often tell me that they have looked dyspraxia up on the internet, but there are so many different terms that seem to be used it becomes very

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Why do bright children make poor decisions and get into trouble? In my Speech Pathology practise I frequently meet children who are brought along because they are not achieving their potential at

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 15, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Samuel Keith

Children, especially those in their pre-school years, experience disruptions when speaking. These disruptions can be in the form of repetitions of certain words and syllables, prolongations of sounds

By: Samuel Keith l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l May 05, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

As a Speech Pathologist, I often see children who are not learning to talk as well as they should. Sometimes it quickly becomes apparent that these children can be diagnosed to be somewhere on the

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

If we want our kids to be good at talking, reading and interacting socially with others then these are some of the skills they need. It is a useful breakdown because, if things aren't working well,

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jan 30, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0

When most people think of speech therapy, they immediately think of articulation. Speech therapy involves more than just pronunciation. Speech therapy also helps people overcome communication

By: Rebecca H Haas l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jun 17, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

You want your child to be a good talker, right? Before a child can be an excellent talker, they need to be able to remember sounds, words, phrases and sentences. Nursery Rhymes are a fabulous and fun

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 04, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
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Adele Jane

Parents and teachers get frustrated, understandably, when children don't do as they are told, or don't remember what they are supposed to do. The perception often is that a child "doesn't listen".

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Dysphagia is the medical term for swallowing difficulties. Swallowing is just something that happens for most people without having to think about it, but dysphagia can affect all people of all ages,

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Why do bright children make poor decisions and get into trouble? In my Speech Pathology practise I frequently meet children who are brought along because they are not achieving their potential at

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 15, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Parents who bring their child to me for Speech Pathology often tell me that they have looked dyspraxia up on the internet, but there are so many different terms that seem to be used it becomes very

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Literacy - acquiring reading, writing, and spelling - is one of the most complex things we do. This article gives an overview of all the different processes that need to happen, all at the same time,

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

As a Speech Pathologist, I often see children who are not learning to talk as well as they should. Sometimes it quickly becomes apparent that these children can be diagnosed to be somewhere on the

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

As a Speech Pathologist I often see children who are sent by kindy or preschool teachers, because their speech is difficult to understand. This may be called poor articulation or expressive language

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 03, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

We all want our children to be able to make their way comfortably in the world. To do this they need to be able to relate to others and to behave acceptably in social situations. So what does a

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 03, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

In adult language we use metacognitive words and phrases all the time, like "What do you think...?" or "Imagine...", "I suppose...", "What if...?" The more awareness we have about any subject, the

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 03, 2012 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Children can have difficulty with understanding what they hear for a number of different reasons. Often, children just haven't reached that stage of their language development and adults' sentences

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 03, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Do you want your child to be great at putting things together? How good do you want your child to be at following instructions - and giving others directions? Recent research has shown that that way

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Mar 26, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

How many Nursery Rhymes does your child know? Do teach your child Nursery Rhymes...they offer great opportunities for stimulating your child's language development. They may seem old fashioned, but

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 04, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

You want your child to be a good talker, right? Before a child can be an excellent talker, they need to be able to remember sounds, words, phrases and sentences. Nursery Rhymes are a fabulous and fun

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 04, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Executive functioning is a series of thinking processes that control the rest of what the brain does. I often describe it to parents as being like the CEO of an organisation. The CEO runs the

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 04, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

If we want our kids to be good at talking, reading and interacting socially with others then these are some of the skills they need. It is a useful breakdown because, if things aren't working well,

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jan 30, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

"I've had her ears checked and her hearing is fine, but she just doesn't listen!" As a Speech Pathologist I often hear this from parents. These children may have passed full audiology hearing

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jan 30, 2012 lViews: 36 lComments: 0
Adele Jane

Why don't children follow instructions? As a Speech Pathologist, I have found that the two most common reasons for children not following a series of instructions are: Poor comprehension

By: Adele Jane l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Jan 30, 2012 lViews: 31 lComments: 0
Trevor Johnson

Everyone mumbles at some time or another. But the problems begin when mumbling your words is your default mode - the thing you instinctively do every time you open your mouth to speak. Then other

By: Trevor Johnson l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Feb 10, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Aline Heller

A lisp is a speech problem that is often experienced by some people during certain situations. It may cause a negative psychological impact to a person therefore it is very important to get rid of it

By: Aline Heller l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 110 lComments: 0
Nancy Daniels

Ever find that when you open your mouth to speak, the result is a voice that quivers or shakes? Often, we attribute the quivering voice to the elderly; however, a shaky voice can also be found in

By: Nancy Daniels l Health & Fitness > Speech Pathology l Apr 10, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
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