Phonology Handouts for Speech Therapy – BUNDLE

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The Phonology Handouts Bundle for Speech Therapy is the perfect resource to provide information to parents and teachers about their child’s phonological errors and phonological intervention. With succinct, parent-friendly explanations, and using up to date norms, parents will have easy access to information that empowers them to understand and engage in their child’s speech therapy. This resource includes handouts for 13 phonological patterns and 13 phonological interventions, which will have you prepared to be able to give quality information, quickly and effectively.

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Do you ever find that parents, teachers, and caregivers have a hard time understanding speech pathology “jargon” when it comes to working with speech sound disorders? Have you ever tried to discuss phonological patterns and your intervention approach and wish that you had a better way of explaining?

DOWNLOAD these handouts if you want to:
➊ — Feel prepared to explain intervention approaches
➋ — Confidently explain phonological patterns
➌ — Provide high-quality handouts to complement your speech therapy practice
➍ — Access to parent-friendly explanations about what you will be doing in speech therapy and why
➎ — Provide information at IEP meetings and during therapy sessions

✅ — 13 single-sided handouts
✅ — Patterns include fronting, backing, final consonant deletion, stopping, gliding, cluster reduction, deaffrication, initial consonant deletion, coalescence, voicing, devoicing, and assimilation.
✅ — Cover typical phonological processes seen in English-speaking children
✅ — Handouts provide a simple overview of phonology, the process with examples, the age most children stop using the process, and lists sounds that are impacted.
✅ — This whole resource is in blackline – so easy to print & go

✅ — 13 single-sided handouts
✅ — Interventions include minimal pairs, cycles, multiple oppositions, maximal oppositions, empty set, cycles approach, stimulability intervention, core vocabulary approach, traditional articulation, principles of motor learning articulation approach, articulation vs. phonology, what is carryover? and how long does therapy take?
✅ — Covers many of the most common phonological interventions
✅ — Handouts provide a simple overview of what the phonological approach aims to do, as well as what therapy might look like

What SLPs like you are saying:

❝ Meticulously executed and incredibly valuable in assisting to educate families and educators.❞

❝ I love all the detailed descriptions of the various approaches and the way they are written so that anyone can understand them.❞

❝ A fantastic resource that I haven’t stopped using from the minute I downloaded it.❞

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.

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3 reviews for Phonology Handouts for Speech Therapy – BUNDLE

  1. aMELIA POORE (verified owner)

    Love this resource – it is SO helpful. I always explain to my parents what is going on with their children’s speech and what I plan to do in our therapy sessions but, it’s hard to remember this stuff so these handouts are brilliant. The information is clearly set out and easy to understand. I now have happy parents, who come back to me and are understanding and asking to learn more. This resource just makes the job a whole lot easier – thank you!

  2. Annie J.

    Fantastic, parent friendly explanation of the different processes. Parents love they can take it away to digest at their pace then ask questions in later sessions!

  3. Emily P.

    I love this resource! I bring a copy to IEPs to share with parents and the team which approach I am using with their student, and it helps give them knowledge of what we do in the speech room.

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