We hope you will find some of these webpages useful. Some are informative, some have games and activities and some are just fun!
This link is to a page which is designed to help consumers know what to ask about products or procedures for communication disorders. It's always a good idea to research any new product or procedure using reputable sources!
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
The home page of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. There's loads of great information about speech and language differences and disorders.
Speech Therapy Activities
A website chock full of activities you can do at home. Please let me know if you aren't sure which ones are good for you and your child to focus on his or her goals.
The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association
The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association home page. This is a motor-speech disorder, where the muscles don't get the correct message from the brain, causing problems producing the intended sounds.
The Autism Society of America Home Page
The home page of the Autism Society of America. It's a great starting point for information on autism and Asperger's Syndrome.
Speech-Language Therapy Activities
SLP Tracy Boyd's page of language activities; follow the link for her speech/articulation activities page. Again, please let me know if you aren't sure which ones are good for you and your child to focus on his or her goals.