People who have dysarthria have slurred speech that is often difficult to understand. Many people with dysarthria have been constantly told to “just slow down,” and that rarely does any good as far as speaking improvement.
Listen and watch as Mark Ittleman, M.S. Speech Language Pathologist with 41 years of clinical experience explains dysarthria and approaches for the successful improvement of speaking using the Teaching of Talking Method.
We hope you will share this video with Speech Language Pathologists, Caregivers Loved Ones or Family Members who may benefit from a “new school” approach to dysarthria, especially in these days and times when insurance caps are preventing many people with speaking difficulties from completing one on one, intensive therapy. People with aphasia and dysarthria are learning that loved ones can stimulate speech if they know how, more intensively at home in activities of daily living. This is how we all first learned to speak or improve speaking. At home with a loved one.
Please share this informational video with stroke or aphasia organizations, personal friends, and acquaintances who could likely benefit from this new information. The Teaching of Talking, Learn Expert Speech and Language Stimulation at Home for Children and Adults is available from our website athttp://www.teachingoftalking.com in either soft cover text or link to Audible.com for the audio-book that can be listened to on your smart phone or tablet.