If you’re seeing a speech therapy client for voice disorders, try a variety of techniques to re-coordinate vocal subsystems to bring research to clinical practice.
Are you seeing a voice client for the first time and it’s been a while since you treated one?
Have you enjoyed Voice in a Jiff Pediatric Edition and Voice Client 101 Bundle, and now need more fun activities for your child?
You’re in luck.
~*Voice Client 102 Bundle*~
includes 4 MORE treatment approach activities, so you can find which one works best for your client. It’s great if you don’t know where to start and you need materials quickly.
All 4 are bundled together to save you money, time and get you providing engaging activities for children on your caseload with voice disorders.
-Football Resonant voice helps with vocal resonance
-Facial Tissue Flow helps with great visuals for “Flow phonation”
-Mountain Climber Straws helps foster decreased laryngeal tension through “Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Exercises” with straw phonation
-DIY Larynx model patterns helps teach anatomy of the voice box with one still and one moveable model
If you’re seeing a speech therapy client for voice disorders, try a variety of techniques to see which one is best for your patient to re coordinate vocal subsystems to bring research to clinical practice.