Saturday, May 16, 2015

Helping the Person with Dysarthria Speak with Clarity

John C. Anderson
Stroke Survivors Tattler
May 12 / 2015

Hi John:

I would like to submit this post again with a second link to Go To Webinar, a Q and A that I will be doing on Go To Webinar on May 26, 2015.  (4-6pm) EDT.  Dysarthria is also a very dehabilitating speaking condition that does not get much press, and it is, for most therapists a difficult speaking problem to help their patients overcome.
Mark A. Ittleman, M.S., CCC/SLP
Senior Speech Language Pathologist

and this is Marks Ittleman "Dysarthria” on YouTube:

Mark A. Ittleman
Teaching of Talking

Dysarthria Speech Therapy and Aphasia Speech Therapy Demystified

Published on Oct 23, 2013

People who have dysarthria have slurred speech that is often difficult to understand. Many people with dysarthria have been constantly told to "slow down," and that rarely does any good as far as speaking improvement.

Listen and watch at Mark Ittleman, M.S. Speech Language Pathologist with 41 years of clinical experience explains dysarthria and how he approaches the successful improvement of speaking using the Teaching of Talking Method.

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