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4.7
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This podcast has
300 episodes
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Date created
2008/08/05
Last published
2022/05/06
Average duration
82 min.
Release period
13 days

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Helping Parents Teach Toddlers To Understand and Use Language

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#437 What is Autism? Discussing the Initial Diagnosis with Paren
2022/05/06
One of the most challenging conversations therapists have with parents is discussing a diagnosis, or potential diagnosis, of autism. In this 1.5 hour podcast, walk through Section A of the diagnostic criteria for autism using the official indicators from the DSM-5. Every therapist who practices in early intervention should review the diagnostic criteria for autism periodically to sharpen your clinical objectiveness. Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com with a comprehensive review of the first piece, Social Communication difficulties, using a tool matched to the DSM-5 with everyday language to help parents and other caregivers understand ASD. For speech-language pathologists, other early interventionists, and parents of toddlers and preschoolers with speech-language delays Get CE credit here for $10...1.5 hours For the next show Part 2... Section B **THE COURSE HANDOUT IS THE SAME FOR PART 1 (#437) and PART 2 (#438)**
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#438 What is Autism? Discussing the Initial Diagnosis with Parents... Part 2
2022/05/06
One of the most challenging conversations therapists have with parents is discussing a diagnosis, or potential diagnosis, of autism. In this 1 hour podcast, walk through Section B of the diagnostic criteria for autism using the official indicators from the DSM-5. Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com with a comprehensive review of the second section, Restricted, Repetitive Behaviors, using a tool matched to the DSM-5 with everyday language to help parents and other caregivers understand ASD. For speech-language pathologists, other early interventionists, and parents of toddlers and preschoolers with speech-language delays Get CE credit here for $10... 1 hour For the first show in this series... Part 1, Section A #437
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Best Pretend Play Themes for Building Language for Toddlers and Preschoolers
2022/03/12
It’s true that we can teach language anywhere, anytime, BUT… some toys and activities are better than others for teaching a child to understand and use words! Learn the 5 considerations speech-language pathologists can use for choosing play themes, and then we’ll discuss the 5 best pretend themes parents and professionals can use for toddlers and preschoolers with language delays. Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com for this 1-hour audio/video podcast episode, ASHA CEU COURSE #436 Best Pretend Play Themes for Building Language for Toddlers and Preschoolers For speech-language pathologists, other early interventionists, and parents of toddlers and preschoolers with speech-language delays Post with recommended toys and links Post for CE credit
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426 Teach Me To Imitate Easy, Early Vocalizations
2022/02/09
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com for the fifth part of this audio/video podcast series ASHA CEU COURSE #0426 : Teach Me To Imitate Easy, Early Vocalizations: The Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers Podcast Series. Do you know the #1 skill all late talkers are missing? They don't know how to imitate words... which is always linked to late talking. In fact, imitating can be the one thing that separates late talkers from toddlers who are already talking. So... how do we teach nonverbal toddlers to imitate? Obviously, we can't start by trying to teach them to say words. They're not able to repeat words no matter how much we beg, bribe, and plead! What most parents of late talkers don't know is that there are "levels" of imitation that all kids learn before they begin to talk... whether a child talks late or on time. During infancy, babies learn these levels of imitation easily and naturally as they mature and grow. When late talking occurs, we know that a child has gotten "stuck" in a level of imitation and hasn't been able to progress to imitating words. When this happens, we must determine where they're "stuck," meet them there, and then help them learn to imitate more complex actions, gestures, sounds, and until they're developmentally ready to imitate real words. Once they're imitating easily and frequently, we've turned them into full-time imitators, which leads to a child who talks! Link for $5 CEU credit...https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-426-teach-me-to-imitate-easy-early-vocalizations-the-building-verbal-imitation-in-late-talkers-podcast-series/    
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#434 Treating Apraxia in Toddlers: Tips for Parents
2022/02/08
Parents of toddlers with apraxia need practical suggestions for what they can do to improve their child’s speech. In this podcast, you’ll learn how to summarize the latest evidence-based guidelines for treating apraxia in toddlers into five family-friendly tips parents can implement at home. Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com for this 1.5 hour audio/video podcast episode, ASHA CEU COURSE #434 Treating Apraxia in Toddlers: Tips for Parents For speech-language pathologists, other early interventionists, and parents of toddlers and preschoolers with suspected childhood apraxia of speech Link for $5 CEU credit...https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-434-treating-apraxia-in-toddlers-tips-for-parents/
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435 Selecting Speech Therapy Activities for Toddlers
2022/02/08
Selecting therapy activities for late talking toddlers can be a challenge! Use these guidelines to become more intentional about choosing materials and toys for your youngest clients or your own late talker. Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com for this 1 hour audio/video podcast episode, ASHA CEU COURSE #435 Selecting Therapy Activities for Toddlers. For speech-language pathologists, other early interventionists, and parents of toddlers and preschoolers with speech-language delays Link to the post for one hour CE credit for therapists/teachers only $5: https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/... Link to Teach Me To Talk: The Therapy Manual... full of ideas for speech therapy activities for late talking toddlers https://teachmetotalk.com/product/tea...
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#433 Treating Apraxia in Toddlers and Preschoolers Part 2
2022/01/21
Treating suspected childhood apraxia of speech can be extremely difficult in toddlers and preschoolers. In part 2 of this podcast, you’ll learn the latest evidence-based guidelines for designing initial treatment plans for very young children when apraxia is first suspected including the motor treatment principles with word lists matched for facilitative contexts for first words for minimally verbal toddlers and preschoolers. Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com for this one-hour audio/video podcast episode, ASHA CEU COURSE #432 Treating Apraxia in Toddlers and Preschoolers. Link for CE credit...https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-433-treating-apraxia-in-toddlers-and-preschoolers-part-2/
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#425 Teach Me To Imitate Face and Mouth Movements
2022/01/17
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com for the third part of this audio/video podcast series ASHA CEU COURSE #0425 : Teach Me To Imitate Nonverbal Face and Mouth Movements: The Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers Podcast Series. In this 8 part podcast series Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers, learn an effective hierarchy for teaching imitation skills to late talking toddlers and preschoolers using evidence based, science-backed strategies that emphasize imitation as the KEY component. This method delivers a practical framework for knowing where to begin working with a late talking child, provides ideas for what to try when a young child’s progress stalls, and can serve as your new approach when your standard methods don’t seem to be adequate for a particular child’s language delays. In part 4 of this course, learn to: Review the levels of imitation with a parent or caregiver.Explain why we target nonverbal facial and mouth movements and gestures for late talkers.Discuss why this level may not be necessary for all late talkers.Demonstrate how to effectively model facial and mouth movements for parents and late talking toddlers.Troubleshoot when a child does not imitate facial and body movements. Link for CE credit: https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-425-teach-me-to-imitate-body-movements-gestures-the-building-verbal-imitation-in-late-talkers-podcast-series/
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424 Teach Me To Imitate Body Movements & Gestures
2022/01/17
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com for the third part of this audio/video podcast series ASHA CEU COURSE #0424 : Teach Me To Imitate Body Movements &  Gestures: The Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers Podcast Series.  In this 8 part podcast series Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers, learn an effective hierarchy for teaching imitation skills to late talking toddlers and preschoolers using evidence based, science-backed strategies that emphasize imitation as the KEY component. This method delivers a practical framework for knowing where to begin working with a late talking child, provides ideas for what to try when a young child’s progress stalls, and can serve as your new approach when your standard methods don’t seem to be adequate for a particular child’s language delays. In part 3 of this course, learn to:  Review the levels of imitation with a parent or caregiver.Explain why we target body movements and gestures for late talkers.Demonstrate how to effectively model body movements for parents and late talking toddlers.Demonstrate how to effectively model gestures for parents and late talkers.Troubleshoot when a child does not imitate body movements and gestures. Link for CE credit: https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-424-teach-me-to-imitate-body-movements-gestures-the-building-verbal-imitation-in-late-talkers-podcast-series/
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Recognizing Apraxia in Toddlers and Preschoolers
2022/01/15
Recognizing characteristics of apraxia can be extremely difficult in toddlers and preschoolers. In this podcast, you’ll learn the latest research regarding the most important markers for apraxia in toddlers and preschoolers and receive resources to help you plan assessment for your youngest clients and their families. Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com for this one-hour audio/video podcast episode, ASHA CEU COURSE #431 Recognizing Apraxia in Toddlers and Preschoolers. For speech-language pathologists, other early interventionists, and parents of toddlers who are not yet talking Therapists... -Purchase CE credit at this link.    
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#432 Treating Apraxia in Toddlers and Preschoolers... Part 1
2022/01/15
Treating suspected childhood apraxia of speech can be extremely difficult in toddlers and preschoolers. In this podcast, you’ll learn the latest evidence-based guidelines for designing initial treatment plans for very young children when apraxia is first suspected including the  4 overall treatment principles for toddlers and preschoolers, assisting parents in adaption to the diagnosis, identifying prelinguistic skills that may impact communication, discussing initial AAC options, steps to teaching a child with apraxia to imitate, and considerations for early vocabulary selection. Link for $5 CEU credit...https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-432-treating-apraxia-in-toddlers-and-preschoolers/
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#423 Teach Late Talkers to Imitate Actions with Objects
2021/12/20
Do you know the #1 skill all late talkers are missing? They don't know how to imitate words... which is always linked to late talking. In fact, imitating can be the one thing that separates late talkers from toddlers who are already talking. So... how do we teach nonverbal toddlers to imitate? Obviously, we can't start by trying to teach them to say words. They're not able to repeat words no matter how much we beg, bribe, and plead! What most parents of late talkers don't know is that there are "levels" of imitation that all kids learn before they begin to talk... whether a child talks late or on time. During infancy, babies learn these levels of imitation easily and naturally as they mature and grow. When late talking occurs, we know that a child has gotten "stuck" in a level of imitation and hasn't been able to progress to imitating words. When this happens, we must determine where they're "stuck," meet them there, and then help them learn to imitate more complex actions, gestures, sounds, and until they're developmentally ready to imitate real words. Once they're imitating easily and frequently, we've turned them into full-time imitators, which leads to a child who talks! In this 8 part podcast series Building Verbal Imitation in Late Talkers, learn an effective hierarchy for teaching imitation skills to late talking toddlers and preschoolers using evidence based, science-backed strategies that emphasize imitation as the KEY component. This method delivers a practical framework for knowing where to begin working with a late talking child, provides ideas for what to try when a young child’s progress stalls, and can serve as your new approach when your standard methods don’t seem to be adequate for a particular child’s language delays. Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize of teachmetotalk.com for the second part of this audio/video podcast series 
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4.7 out of 5
224 reviews
JRaoBrown 2020/07/09
RN mom of 14 month old
I am so grateful for Laura Mize and her excellent FREE materials- podcasts and videos. I have a healthcare background, but the information is accessib...
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lacyl1628 2020/02/17
Apraxia
I love Leslie Lindsay’s testimony on her daughter and apraxia!
valmeric 2019/08/31
Informative and interesting
As a (non pediatric) SLP and mom to a later talking toddler, this podcast has been incredibly helpful. I would understand and benefit from listening e...
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Megg D. 2019/08/23
Love the show- please use seasons
I love everything on learn from this show. I encourage you to create seasons - it is cumbersome to scroll through nearly 400 shows looking for a speci...
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SharonRC 2019/03/08
SLP-CF says Thank you!!!
I listen to this podcast between sessions as I drive and then can immediately use the ideas and ways of explaining concepts to parents! This podcast h...
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bbrownNCSLP 2019/06/15
Terrible Audio but great content
The content in this podcast is very helpful, however, the audio is extremely hard to hear.
AnniekHart08 2019/06/04
Parent Perspective
I got helpful advice from this, but I think the podcasts could be shortened significantly and would be so much more effective. In one episode it liter...
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bonniemitchell 2018/06/22
A must for All parents with toddlers
Hands down best podcast when working with young children. I have purchased two DVD’s and watch them all the time to give me Tips and tricks when worki...
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StellaRPollard 2018/09/25
Not healthy for parents
I have been listening to this podcast for months. Most of the time after I finish an episode, I don’t feel like I got a lot of valuable information fo...
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Yeebee1 2017/05/15
so helpful
I hear Laura's advice throughout the day as I take care of my clients and children .

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