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student needs some ideas...

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beansontoast Mon 31-Jan-05 20:56:45

hi everyone,

i hope this isnt cheeky,but i was rather hoping that some of you might have some fun memories of successful/rewarding speech and language therapy!

i am a student speech therapist and would love to hear from anyone who has received therapy for very delayed speech.

i am going to be doing a session working with a 32 month old boy who says 'uh' 'uh' for all his needs.

in all other respects he is developing without any particular concern.

if any of you can remember any fun little activities that your child responded well to,i would be most grateful to add them to my meagre bag of tricks!

i wont be on mn anymore tonight,but thanks in advance,
Anna

beansontoast Wed 02-Feb-05 11:28:08

gosh!
i hope that i havent been over presumptious and rude/insensitive {not good qualities} [red face of shame]

NameChangingMancMidlander Wed 02-Feb-05 11:33:51

Hi Anna. I think it might be best if you email contactus@mumsnet.com as I think they like to know and gve relevant permissions to people who want to use the site for work/college research. Regardless of whether you are a regular MNer or not....

beansontoast Wed 02-Feb-05 11:38:41

Thanks

NameChangingMancMidlander Wed 02-Feb-05 11:39:25

No worries .

Cristina7 Wed 02-Feb-05 11:55:24

Have a look at www.listen-up.org for some ideas. Also http://members.tripod.com/Caroline_Bowen/home.html

Can your little patient hear well?

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