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Say (enter word here)

“Say ball.”


“Say baby.”


“What do you want?”

“Which one do you want?”

“I know you can say baby and ball!  Now tell me which one you want!” 268 more words

A Drastic Life Change

Picking your university program is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. It determines your entire life path, and leads to the job that you will be working for the rest of your years. 759 more words

@UIowa March 24

My daily post theme for 2017 is on Colleges and Universities.

The plan for starting my blog back in 2014 was at the urging of fellow coaching colleagues to share posts on leadership and/or motivation.  391 more words

Universities And Colleges

March's Kareer Korner: Speech Pathology

This month, let’s dive into the career path of Speech Pathology.  A Speech Pathologist is a person that works with others with speech impediments.  If you are unable to pronounce r’s, a speech pathologist could work with you to get you to pronounce those r’s.   835 more words


Childhood Apraxia of Speech: How Can an SLP Help?

Childhood mispronunciations are a normal part of language development; most parents have fond memories of cute mispronunciations like “effalent” for elephant. But what happens when your child’s speech problems are more severe? 389 more words

Jayne Latz

Release Party - Talking Tales

Author Erica Graham has a new book coming out on the 23rd, and to celebrate she is having a party over on Facebook and she invites the world to come and join her. 306 more words


Does My Child Have Childhood Apraxia of Speech?

Mispronouncing words is a typical part of language development. Many parents love that adorable stage where a child might say “p’sketti” for spaghetti or “compooter” for… 414 more words

Jayne Latz