Oral Motor Exercises w/ Homework Book


Two great books in one terrific set! Oral Placement Therapy for Speech and Feeding Book and The Homework Book

Sara R. Johnson's oral-motor techniques have improved the speech clarity of thousands of clients, even in many cases where traditional therapy alone has failed. This comprehensive guide ( Oral Motor Exercises for Speech Clarity Book ) will help you to implement these techniques yourself. (228 pages; includes the Oral-Motor Hierarchy Poster).

Sara's step-by-step, task-analyzed approach to oral-motor therapy can help facilitate success for clients of all ages and ability levels who evidence speech clarity disorders related to insufficient oral-motor skills or abilities. The exercises are appropriate for many clients diagnosed with Down syndrome, C.P., apraxia/dyspraxia, post-CVA, VPI, and autism, as well as those with less-involved deficits such as lisp or vocalic /r/. Sara's hands-on methods are graphically captured in this book, which is designed for interactive use between therapists, clients, and parents.


For therapists implementing the techniques found in Oral Placement Therapy  for Speech and Feeding, The HOMEWORK Book puts each exercise on easy-to-follow homework sheets which can be removed and photocopied, then sent home with the client or child for daily practice between therapy sessions.

Each page of this book contains a detailed description of one step or technique found in Oral-Motor Exercises for Speech Clarity. The therapist simply needs to fill in the required number of repetitions or other information for the parents' reference between therapy sessions.

Permission is granted to photocopy these sheets for therapeutic use, and the three-ring binder format allows the pages to be easily removed for this purpose and then replaced for future use.

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  • Model: 3000003
  • Shipping Weight: 1.25lbs
  • 100 Units in Stock

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 01 November, 2010.

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