Pam’s Final Q&A’s and A New Baby

By Shanti McGinley

In our most recent newsletter, I presented Pam’s final new Q&A’s which were posted to the blog last November and December. Pam’s ongoing writing and unique perspective will be dearly missed. Moving forward, future newsletters will contain the best of Pam’s blog posts from the blog archives, in chronological order, starting from 2006. I think this will be a wonderful way to revisit the topics Pam loved to write about, and to keep the information in the blog alive for…

Update on The Marshalla Guide

By Shanti McGinley

I wanted to take a moment to speak about Pam’s most recent unpublished book, The Marshalla Guide. Many of you have written in to ask me about when it will be ready for publication and I am very grateful for your interest. The Marshalla Guide is a monumental work, containing over 500 pages of thorough content, with hundreds of illustrations and an enormous reference list. It will be Pam’s pinnacle work and her most important contribution to the field of…

Newsletter Archives Now Available

By Shanti McGinley

Dear Subscribers, We have decided to republish Pam Marshalla’s presently-discontinued books and CDs, so that the entirety of her body of work may continue to be available for future generations of SLPs. In the next year, I plan to bring back the CD Vowel Tracks and the Apraxia Uncovered 3-CD set, along with (hopefully) another lesser-known but widely-taught-live course called Improving Intelligibility in Apraxia and Dysarthria. The first item which we have already reprinted is Pam’s book, The Complete Newsletter…

Small Business Changes

By Shanti McGinley

Hello, I’m Shanti McGinley, Pam Marshalla’s daughter. I own and operate Marshalla Speech & Language, along with my husband, Cory. My mom passed away in June, 2015, having not published many of her most recently-created books and materials. Moving forward, we will continue to print Pam’s already-published works, and other books, DVDs, CDs, and posters of Pam’s that have already been scheduled for publication over the next several years. Pam’s pivotal work, The Marshalla Guide, is still in the design…