Speech Therapy Self Analysis Form

We should always approach people with speaking difficulties with respect, Expressive Aphasia courtesy and dignity. Speech Model Self-Evaluation Form Name: Please circle how you would describe your speech in the questions below using the following rating scale: 4: All of the time 3: Most of the time 2: Some of the time 1: Not very often 1. My speech is loud enough to be clearly understood? 1 2 3 4 2. The speed of my speech is slow enough for others to understand? 1 2 3 4 3. The sounds in my words [...]

Things You Must Know About Speech Therapy

Review 1. Make it Easy. Speak slowly, loudly, and use short, common words. Expressive Aphasia 2. Emphasize Clarity. If you are going to model speech, then your speech must be clear and distinct, with proper formation of the sounds in words. You must demonstrate correct articulation, pronunciation, grammar, and sentence structure. Use repetition of single words, phrases, and sentences to build speech and language skills. 3. Speed. Model the optimum speed of speaking, which is slow enough for the PCD to hear the word or sound they are trying to imitate and then [...]

Helping People With Aphasia Learn to Speak

!e trick is to use all three ways of bombardment in the presentation of a Communicating With Someone Who Has Aphasia? word or phrase — letting the PCD hear the model, see the model and say the model numerous times. !at will facilitate memory much faster than many of the traditional methods of speech therapy. !ese methods can be used with individuals or groups of individuals with communication difficulties. Schuell10 originally 10 H. M. Schuell, J. J. Jenkins, and E. Jiminez-Pabon, Aphasia in Adults (New York, NY: Harper and Row, 1964); H. M. [...]

How To Help Someone Speak Better after Stroke

!e Sixth Ittle Principle — !e Use of Bombardment Within !e Teaching of Talking Method When you become proficient with the question and answer method for the For Maximum Speaking Improvement Formulate a Team of More than One! stimulation of single words, you will find there are numerous other ways to !e IttlePrinciples of Talking | 29 stimulate language that include the fundamental principles of auditory, visual, and motor bombardment. Visual bombardment refers to presenting the word on a computer screen or piece of paper in printed or pictorial form, and stimulating single [...]

Stimulating Speech in Stroke, Apraxia, Aphasia, Dysarthria

Any person receiving stimulation for speech and language must be approached For Maximum Speaking Improvement Formulate a Team of More than One! with respect, dignity, and courtesy. Occasionally, mistakes are made in speech therapy by well-meaning clinicians who expect the PCD to repeat prepared phrases or sentences. In some cases, that method may be the treatment of choice; however, that is not the way human interaction works. If we are to be courteous, we must ASK. Asking with a question is inviting the PCD into an interaction. I believe the stimulation of speech [...]

The Successful Stimulation of Speech

Remember this: Where there is interest there is mental attention. Mental Expressive Aphasia attention is therefore related to how much interest your PCD has in the subject at hand. You will learn new things through your conversations and then you can apply them to your own life. My friend (the way I see each patient) would often bring me samples of things that he thought I would like. We would then talk about that within the sentence length and complexity that he could readily say. Remember that speech and language is not static. [...]

What is Important to the Speech Therapy Patient

For the caregiver this whole process is also like therapy for you. You have To stay healthy weekly grocery shopping is necessary, like speech stimulation for aphasia. never been asked to simplify your speaking or to say it slowly with a marked separation between each word, such as when you talk to the PCD. Not only will this be a totally different experience for the PCD, but it will also be challenging for you. Expect some moments with this, but you will work through them. !e Fourth Ittle Principle — Stepping into the [...]

the speech language pathologist is the person who has received specialized training

!ere are people with speaking difficulties who may not be able to clearly say the words that you are giving them. Remember, the speech-language pathologist is the person who has received specialized training for people with this problem. It is always prudent to work in coordination with a speech-language pathologist. !is professional can be of invaluable assistance to those who have mild to profound speaking difficulties. It is always advisable to have a professional standing by who can answer any questions you may have, or mentor you during the language stimulation phase and after discharge [...]

Principles of Effective Speech Therapy

!e First Ittle Principle — Simplicity: Making It Easy The first fundamental principle assures that what you are going to say to the individual will be easily grasped and repeated. Always stimulate a person with words they can say after you with minimal e#ort; that is, words that are very common, short or easy to say, often those having one syllable. Remember to say those words slowly and loudly enough, so that even a person with a hearing loss will catch it. If you do that, the PCD will gain confidence and respect for you [...]

The Teaching of Talking has structure that can be followed as the PCD recovers speech

The Teaching of Talking was developed by a speech-language Cleanliness is essential to good health and vitality. pathologist to be used with persons who have mild to profound speech language pathologist who is familiar with The Teaching of Talking methods. Our method (The Teaching of Talking) may also be used once the PCD has been discharged from active speech therapy as a home program to help them progress to more complex language utterances. At home, they can progress comfortably, since there are no time constraints or speech therapy limitations such as those set [...]