I wasn’t born with a cape but developed my super-power through years of study. Who am I? I am a Speech Language Pathologist.
This means I dedicated years of learning the intricate communication system and the disorders that emerge when the system goes awry.
The why, the what, the how, and most importantly the NOW WHAT?!
With a Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology, Bachelor’s in Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology, Associate degree in Sign Language Studies from Idaho State University and Associate degrees in Communication Disorders from Brigham Young University-Idaho, I thought I was well on my way to having the answers; however, this was only the tip of the iceberg.
Over a decade of clinical field work, research, and living on the front lines of the challenging education we call motherhood, I have discovered valuable tools that I am going to share with you throughout the course of this blog series.
The barriers of which I speak take many forms, some more obvious than other.
These barriers have one commonality, they are the recipe for miscommunication, which leads to frustration, and potentially damaged relationships.
I have dedicated my life to delivering HOPE.
If we can more fully understand these barriers we can develop a plan to overcome them. I will teach you techniques and strategies to break through and increase success, independence and improved relationships in this communicative world.
I will discuss these situations as well as parent strategies to break the barriers so to open the pathways to success; together, we will make potential possible.
Do you know someone struggling to overcome a barrier? Articulation errors? Comprehension? Telling a story? Defiance? Mumbler? Stutterer? Sensory problems? Comment below with what you’d like discussed.
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