Pam’s second material on childhood apraxia presents a deep perspective on speech sound development. This material is presented as a book and as a 3.5-hour audio seminar over three CDs.
This course is available for ASHA CEUs and/or Continuing Education Hours and is also available for group CEUs (see below).
Already purchased the book or CDs separately?
For those who previously purchased this book only before this course was available for CEUs, we offer 3-CD sets for sale which include ASHA CEU enrollment for one participant. With this purchase, you will receive the 3 CDs plus a handout for the course along with the CE Information letter for this course which includes information on how to register for CEUs, including your enrollment pin.
For those who previously purchased the book and CDs before they this course was available for CEUs, we offer opt-in ASHA CEU enrollment for one participant for $10. With this purchase, you will receive a CE Information letter for this course which includes information on how to register for CEUs, including your enrollment pin.
“I consider this book a “must have” for my library. I refer to it again and again as a resource to determine next steps for interventions with children on my caseload. ”
Book & Seminar Details
Using a month-by-month developmental framework, Pam describes how to nurture sound development in children who have great difficulty learning to make sounds and speech. Pam Marshalla 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.
- Hundreds of therapy suggestions
- Reference book that fully summarizes lecture material
- Based on thirty years of Pam’s clinical experience
- Pam’s famous practical style
“I found Apraxia Uncovered to be extremely powerful in my understanding of apraxia and how to better treat my young students experiencing speech motor planning issues! Thank you!”
The Seven Stages of Phoneme Development
- Preparing – getting the voice ready for speech
- Speechifying – making utterances sound speech-like
- Honing – zeroing-in on non-vocalic consonants differentiated by place
- Oscillating – incorporating reciprocating oral movements
- Solidifying – establishing basic syllable constructions
- Advancing – leaping beyond simple syllable constructions
- Finishing – adding clusters and stridency at all levels of speech
A Note To Parents
Pam has written this book and recorded this seminar in such a way that you will be able to follow the content. However, before you dig into this rather detailed material, Pam recommends that you read her earlier book, Becoming Verbal With Childhood Apraxia.
Apraxia Uncovered is:
- Book, softcover, 160 pages
- Also available: 3 CDs (3.5-hour audio seminar)
- Also available: optional 0.35 ASHA CEUs (see details below)
- Appropriate for SLPs and some parents
- For children of all ages
“I have found this book so helpful for my understanding of speech development. Marshalla really explains phonological development and how our understanding of the natural progression can help us with so many clients when we overlay the process (stretched out or compressed) over our clients’ progress. Love this book.”
Common Question About This Material
Can you tell me how your books “Becoming Verbal With Childhood Apraxia” and “Apraxia Uncovered, The Seven Stages of Phoneme Development” are different? Which one should I read first?
- Think of Becoming Verbal With Childhood Apraxia as Part 1. It is about how to get kids more vocal, verbal, communicative, imitative and interactive, and how to get them to play with the sounds they make. Read it first.
- Think of Apraxia Uncovered, The Seven Stages of Phoneme Development as Part 2. It is about how sound develops over time – from the vocalizations of the infant to the sophisticated consonant and vowel sequences of the three-year-old. Read it or listen to the recorded seminar second.
At the completion of this 3.5-hour course, participants should be able to:
- Name the seven stages of vocal development
- Describe the important characteristics of each stage
- Discuss how the stages of vocal development apply to children with apraxia and dysarthria
- List a variety of methods and procedures that can be used to facilitate vocal development in children with severe expressive speech delay/disorder
Continuing Education Enrollment
All book+CDs sets are mailed with continuing education enrollment instructions. After listening to the lecture, please register for your CEUs on our website here.
If you do not wish to receive ASHA CEUs for this course, we are happy to give you (only) a certificate of completion after you watch the video — you will be given instructions on how to opt out of ASHA reporting when you submit your paperwork to us.
Group CEU Options
For those who would like to share the book and CD Set, we offer individual CE enrollment for $25 per participant. Group participants will all receive a handout to use when listening to the lecture together.
ASHA Continuing Education
Marshalla Speech and Language is an approved ASHA Continuing Education Provider.
This course is offered for 0.35 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).
Financial Disclosure: Pam Marshalla was the owner of Marshalla Speech & Language (MSL), through which this CD and book were originally published and from which she received a monthly salary. Pam Marshalla passed away in June, 2015. This CD set and book continue to be published by MSL.
Non-Financial Disclosure: Neither Pam Marshalla nor Marshalla Speech & Language have any non-financial relationships to disclose.
ASHA CE Registry & Fee
To earn ASHA CEUs, subscribers must have paid their annual ASHA CE Registry fee. Individuals must meet at least one of the following conditions to be eligible to earn ASHA CEU:
- ASHA Member (includes Life member and International affiliates)
- ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) Holder
- Licensed by a state or provincial regulatory agency to practice speech-language pathology (SLP) or audiology
- Credentialed by a state regulatory agency to practice SLP or audiology
- Credentialed by a national regulatory agency to practice SLP or audiology
- A Clinical Fellow supervised by someone who holds the ASHA CCC
- Currently enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program in SLP or audiology
The participant pays ASHA CE Registry fee directly to the ASHA National Office. The annual ASHA CE Registry fee allows registration of an unlimited number of ASHA CEUs for the calendar year. Contact the ASHA CE staff at 800-498-2071 or visit http://www.asha.org/ce/CEUs for CE Registry fee subscription information.