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Speech and Language Kids Podcast

By Carrie Clark, Speech-Language Pathologist

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Carrie Clark, a speech-language pathologist from Columbia, Missouri, offers resources, information, and activities for speech therapists and parents of children with speech and language development and delays. While Carrie's materials will provide great information for speech therapists, they will also empower families to use fun and easy activities to improve their child's speech and language skills at home. Activities and information cover a range of ages, ability levels, and disabilities. Topics covered include: articulation, apraxia, phonology, language, late talkers, alternative/augmentative communication (AAC), autism, stuttering, reading, social skills, down syndrome, following directions, answering questions, grammar, etc. Educators and other professionals will also love this easy-to-follow information and the step-by-step guides.

Customer Reviews

Great resource!

A great resource for any parent of a child with speech problems. Her blog is a good resource as well!

love your podcasts!

Carrie, love your podcasts. They are very helpful and informative. I am a speech implementer in a rural school district in MO and really appreciate having a resource such as this to help me out in servicing my kiddos. I work with the 5-8 grade levels and my students encompass all areas of disabilities. I am also the grandmother of a 28 month old grandson who was just recently evaluated by a speech path and may have apraxia (we haven't gotten results back, yet). Keep up the good work....we are out here listening even if we all don't leave a review!!!


This is a great resource to share with parents--especially because they can listen at their leisure and when they are ready for ideas. It will help support what I share with parents --again and in a different way-- Thanks!

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  • Category: K-12
  • Language: English

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