Apraxia Uncovered: The Seven Stages of Phoneme Development (Online)

By Marshalla Speech

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In this seminar, using a month-by-month developmental framework, Pam Marshalla describes how to nurture sound development in children who have great difficulty learning to make sounds and speech. Pam integrates information from articulation, phonology, oral-motor, and infant vocal development into a comprehensive plan of treatment. Apraxia Uncovered will help you understand how to help the child make a wider variety of consonants, vowels, syllables and words, and to become more intelligible. Techniques are appropriate for children of all ages.

  • Download the handout (top of page) before beginning the course.
  • This course is available for 0.35 ASHA CEUs and/or 3.5 state continuing education hours.
  • Fill out the online CE Participation form after viewing this course to register for ASHA CEUs.
ASHA SELF-STUDY COURSE Intermediate Level, 0.35 ASHA CEUs
Introduction to the Seven Stages of Phoneme Development (8:14) Stage 1: PREPARING – Getting the Voice Ready for Speech (34:44) Stage 2: SPEECHIFYING – Making Utterances Sound Speech-like (17:06) Stage 3: HONING – Zeroing-in on Non-vocalic Consonants Differentiated by Place (52:48) Stage 4: OSCILLATING – Creating Sequences with Reciprocating Oral Movements (32:37) Stage 5: SOLIDIFYING – Establishing Basic Syllable Constructions (21:36) Stage 6: ADVANCING – Leaping Beyond Simple Syllable Constructions (17:48) Stage 7: FINISHING – Learning to Add Clusters and Frication in All Levels of Speech (27:10)