Achieving “R”ticulation

Course Number
1677
Price
69.99
Overview
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Presenter:
 Susan Haseley, MS, CCC-SLP
This course will focus on the impact that Tactile Therapy can make on the R sound, often resulting in cutting the time required for therapy by half or more. We will discuss the necessary movements to make the R sound and how tactile therapy devices can help provide sensory information for the student. We will discuss the scientific journal articles that help substantiate the use of tactile devices.
Objective

By the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:

1. Determine the motor errors that children with disordered R sounds make.

2. Determine the necessary adjustments in order for those same children to produce an acoustically correct R sound.

3. Review tactile therapy devices and the purpose of the devices in order for the participants to become informed consumers of tactile therapy devices.

About Susan: 
Susan Haseley is the inventor and patent holder of the Tactile Device, The Bite-R. She is a national speaker having received her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from Illinois State University. Susan has practiced speech therapy in Illinois, Pennsylvania and Ohio. She is the author of the Manual, Tactile Therapy for the Remediation of the R Sound.

Susan has been a school based SLP for the past 34 years. Additionally, Susan was a high school speech team coach taking several teams to state competitions.

Additional Information


This course is offered for 0.3 ASHA CEUs (Introductory Level, Professional Area)


Time-Ordered Agenda:

0-5:

• Introductions,

• Financial Disclosure Statements,

• Agenda,

• Learning Outcomes

5-1:05:

• Discuss errors that children make when producing a disordered R sound and the necessary movements/mouth postures to produce a correct R sound.

1:05-2:05

• Tactile Therapy Devices,

• Tactile Therapy technique

2:05-3:00:

• How to teach the words, “girl, work, part, hard and start.”

• How to treat common errors.

• How to recognize the movements based on the sound productions heard from the child.


Disclosure Statement for Susan Haseley:

Financial: Susan Haseley is a presenter for SpeechTherapyPD.com and receives royalties.

Nonfinancial: No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist.

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