The Marshalla Guide: A Topical Anthology of Speech Movement Techniques for Motor Speech Disorders & Articulation Deficits
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By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions. Four years later, I graduated from high school and a friend of mine turned me on to a man named Ram Dass. His only agenda is finding every possible avenue of expression to bring us all together, at least in thought, so that we may converse and interact in balance within ourselves, with each other and with all of life in the environment.
Pam presents not only the historical perspective of our profession but gives invaluable assessment and treatment strategies using a wide variety of methods to stimulate speech sound production.His work is to find and then convey the fundamental, quintessential understandings required to assist in the transformation of our species. The Marshalla Guide is the “Holy Grail” for oral motor and motor speech and may, once and for all, put an end to the oral motor controversy. Part Three concerns the teaching of phonemes and metaphonological foundations for any type of client.
This book is about the movements of speech sound production (phonetics); it is not about the ways in which fully formed phonemes are used within our language (phonology).The New York Times said in their review of the book, “Repeatlessness; is the quintessential expression of repetitiveness. I discovered that there is a hierarchical type of energy that surrounds our lives as to how we can function within it. Every speech-language pathologist should have this book; it is the ultimate guide for university graduate students as well as practicing speech-language pathologists. From Van Riper to oral-motor therapy, Pam Marshalla has given us a “must read” for all students and clinicians in the field of speech/articulation therapy. The therapy techniques are wonderful and cover such a broad range of topics and problems that any clinician would find this guide invaluable.