Speech Therapy -> Intelligibility -> Pace and Breathing

Pace and Breathing

The rate of speech (fast vs. slow) and pausing between words in a phrase/sentence that is needed to increase intelligibility.

Resources

  • Monsters Love Candy! Apraxia Resource CV, VC, CVC Words preview

    Monsters Love Candy! Apraxia Resource CV, VC, CVC Words

    Sara Lowczyk

    A monster activity including different CV, VC, CVC words to practice different syllable shapes.

  • Kiki Celebrates Spring preview

    Kiki Celebrates Spring

    Bailey Morgan, M.A., CCC-SLP

    Kiki Celebrates Spring. Short story with spring vocabulary, can be used by itself or with one of the Spring resources (i.e. making strawberry shortcake activity, bee pattern tracing...)

    Includes activity list
  • Kiki and Robo Make Snow Story preview

    Kiki and Robo Make Snow Story

    Bailey Morgan, M.A., CCC-SLP

    Reading Resource. Language Resource. A story about Kiki and Robo making snow. Kiki and Robo want to play outside in the snow, but then realize the snow is too icy and hard. This story pairs with th...

    Includes activity list
  • Story Dice For Language Building and Writing Prompts, Wh- Question Dice preview

    Story Dice For Language Building and Writing Prompts, Wh- Question Dice

    Jessica Lenden-Holt

    Story dice are a fun way to elicit speech, language and writing samples and to target goals in therapy or in centers! Dice include engaging images for writing prompts and conversational starters. T...

Goal Bank

  • Jesse will produce 4-word utterances during play based activities with 90% intelligibility across 3 consecutive sessions when provided fading carrier phonemes, verbal models, and visual pacing cues as measured by clinician data and observation to increase overall speech intelligibility.

Reference links

  • Speech Intelligibility: How Clear is Your Child’s Speech? Author: Andalusia Speech Therapy - Have you ever found it difficult to understand your child’s speech?A Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) can help you understand if your child’s speech intelligibility is at an appropriate level for their age.