Speech Therapy Home Programs

These are my programs to help parents work on speech sounds at home.  All of the ideas and materials are the same that I use with the parents and children that I work with in my practice.  Each program provides:

  • An assessment to help decide if the sound needs to be worked on
  • Specific ideas on how to teach your child to make the sound
  • Step by step guides for doing both Indirect and Direct therapy
  • Pictures to practice the sound in all positions of words
  • Ideas for games
  • And more

While all of the ideas and materials are based on my experience working with children and families as a Speech-Language Pathologist, they are just a guide. They cannot replace therapy with or an assessment by a Speech-Language Pathologist or any other professional.

For a limited time each program is on sale for $7.99 USD.  I would very much appreciate your honest feedback.

Once purchased the program will be immediately available for you to download as a PDF.  You will also receive an email with a download link.  Each purchase entitles you to download the program 2 times.

Satisfaction is still 100% guaranteed.  If you are not happy with any of my programs for any reason, just let me know and I will happily provide you with a full refund.

 

Programs for Individual Speech Sounds:

   

    

    

 

Programs for Phonological Process Errors:

Phonological Process Programs target sounds and sound errors as a group.  This a powerful way to help children that need more than help with individual sounds.

Stopping is when a child takes long “noisy” sounds such as S, Z ,Sh, Ch, F, V & Th and changes or “Stops” them into a T, D, P or B.  This can happen at the start of words such as “Shoe” becoming “Two” or at the ends of words such as “Leaf” becoming “Leap”

 

Cluster Reduction is when children leave off one part of S blends.  “Spoon” becomes “poon”.  This is a very common problem but is also one of the easiest to fix and often has a huge impact on a child’s overall speech.

I hope these programs help.  Please let me know if you have any questions.  You can reach through my Contact page or email me at SLP@Speech-Therapyathome.com.

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