Mentoring: Speech Therapy for Aphasia and Developmental Language Delay

During 2014 I’ve had the pleasure to mentor some awesome, astounding, surprising, breathtaking, remarkable, extraordinary, incredible, unbelievable, phenomenal and mind-boggling caregivers and therapists who have be

Speech Therapy for Aphasia

Speech Therapy for Aphasia

en exceptional students of The Teaching of Talking Method Speech Therapy for Aphasia . They can stimulate speech and language very well, and their loved ones and clients have been making exceptional progress with Speech Therapy for Aphasia overcoming aphasia, dysarthria, and developmental speech and language difficulties. Why am I writing about this? Is it to blow my own horn? No. Is it to try to get others to learn the Teaching of Talking Speech Therapy for Aphasia to help their loved ones speak again? Yes. Why would I want to do such a thing? Financial gain? Not really. Then why would you want to share with others a method that really gets results?

If you went to a great doctor, and you got well, or a great restaurant, would you want to tell friends about it? Yes. If you tried a new food and loved it, would you tell others? Of course! Why would you want to tell others about a doctor, restaurant or a new food? Because, you want them to benefit and enjoy something you experienced, right? Right.

Speech Therapy for Aphasia

The Teaching of Talkiing; a book for Speech Therapy for Aphasia by Mark A. Ittleman, M.S., CCC/

The Teaching of Talkiing; Speech Therapy for Aphasia by Moshe Mark Ittleman, M.S., CCC/

I’m a speech language pathologist who has been helping people for over 40 years speak better. I have developed a level of expertise or competence that has taken a lifetime to master. Do I want to share it with others around the world who are in a quandary about where to go or how to help others speak better? Yes. Are there plenty of people out there who want to help you or the person with the speaking difficulty, but unfortunately do not have the know-how or expertise?

We only go around once in this lifetime. Doesn’t it make sense to do the best you can to help your loved one or client improve speaking and talking?

How To Help With Speech Therapy for Aphasia

Then if you want to help your loved one or client speak better, find out more about the Teaching of Talking, here. The method is outlined in the book, The Teaching of

Talking, Learn Expert Speech and Language Stimulation Techniques at Home For Children and Adults. The Teaching of Talking Audiobook is also on audible.com, and can be listened to as you ride in the car, go walking outside or on the treadmill, or as you go about your daily activities.

What We Believe / A Little About Mark

Aphasia Speech Therapy, Art of Asking Questions

Why Speech Therapy Fails: Aphasia

LEARN TO HELP YOUR LOVED ONE/CLIENT TALK

Intensive Speech Therapy for Aphasia Works

About Mark Ittleman

Mark Ittleman is a Senior Speech Language Pathologist and serves those with moderate to profound speaking difficulties. He consults with many of the best rehabilitation hospitals and now travels the country with his wife, and lectures at Universities, Hospitals, and Aphasia Organizations. He also consults with people all over the world with speaking difficulties and their families.
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