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#58 SLP Questions

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Teach Me To Talk

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Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize and developmental interventionist Kate Hensler as they discuss questions from 2 different speech-language pathologists who need new ideas for treating 4 specific children on their caseloads: 1. A 3 year old boy with Williams Syndrome who responds best to music - We’ll be talking about how to use music in a preschool classroom as well as in therapy sessions to maximize his communication skills. 2. A little boy diagnosed with selective mutism who at school talks only in “nonsense” to his best friend with Down Syndrome. 3. 5 year old on the PDD spectrum who is severely echolalic and who likes to play with bubbles. 4. A gifted and talented kindergarten student with poor rate and intonation is poor. He speaks very slowly and in a drawn out way and his intonation goes in highs and lows out of nowhere.