Kendall Phonomotor Presentation

Phonomotor Therapy for Aphasia research shows encouraging results. This study reduces speech to its lowest common denominator by emphasizing the development of phonic (sound) skills as opposed to the traditional whole-word therapy method.

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Researcher, Megan Oelke, MS, CCC-SLP, administers Phonomotor Therapy to a study participant.

 

Most recent resultsCTV Phonomotor Presentation_Kendall

For more information about Phonomotor Therapy for Aphasia: http://depts.washington.edu/sphsc/labsites/kendall/about.htm

 

Carol Cline Schultz, Author

Crossing the Void: My Aphasic Journey

www.CrossingTheVoid.com

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