Moshe Mark Ittleman, M.S., CCC/S:P is a Senior Speech Language Pathologist who has worked in some of the nations' best rehabilitation hospitals.
Ittleman specializes in complex speech language pathology which includes diagnosis and therapy for aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, and dysphagia while also providing speech therapy for adults and children.
He is the author of The Teaching of Talking which helps caregivers and speech pathologists learn simple speech and language stimulation methods to help loved ones and clients talk better. Ittleman saw a need to train caregivers and therapists in the methods that were developed throughout his career. He realizes that complex speech difficulties in most cases cannot be remediated by just going to therapy a few times a week, especially now that skilled care is only provided by insurers for a very limited amount of time.
He believes caregivers when trained in the methods of speech and language stimulation within a conversational framework can greatly accelerate the speech recovery process.
Moshe Mark Ittleman and his wife are currently touring communities throughout the Western United States and sharing the Teaching of Talking. Ittleman also guest lectures graduate students in speech language pathology and provides online mentoring for caregivers and those with aphasia. They also travel internationally consulting with Colleges, Universities, private individuals, and families.
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