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Oral-Motor Exercises for Speech Clarity
A comprehensive, step-by-step guide, that fills the gap between what we were taught and what we need to know. Effective for all ages and ability levels.
A must for results-oriented professionals and parents in addressing the challenges of children and adults with speech disorders. Something so simple as a toy horn can be a remarkably effective therapy tool when used in a hierarchy. Playful childhood pursuits, such as blowing bubbles or drinking through a straw are key to Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson's revolutionary approach to oral-motor speech therapy; tested and proven over time in her New York clinic.
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