- How to Stop Drooling: Practical Solution for Home and Therapy
Reduce or eliminate problematic drooling behavior with multisensory learning activities and behavior management
Full of easy-to-understand solutions that have helped thousands of children stop or reduce problematic drooling. Teaches fundamental and easy swallowing techniques and lip exercises, as well as how to build oral awareness. It includes guidelines for motivation and habituation to reduce and eliminate drooling, how to address drooling at school and at home, and answers to many of parents’ most common questions.
A majority of children will progress if given time, encouragement, and good remediation procedures. Contains the most effective strategies and elimination programs available today. For children ages two years and older. Softcover, 64 pages.
Written by Pam Marshalla, who has been a speech-language pathologist since 1976. She completed a Master's Thesis in phonology at the University of Illinois under the direction of Elaine Pagel Paden and Barbara Williams Hodson. She has worked with clients of all ages and ability levels in schools, hospitals, university clinics, parent-infant programs, residential facilities, and private practices. Pam is the author of eight highly practical books on aspects of speech-language therapy. She has taught hundreds of continuing education courses to tens of thousands of speech-language pathologists. Her presentations have included numerous invited local, state, regional, and national conventions in the United States and Canada. Pam is a clinician's clinician whose practical books and seminars successfully integrate research data and clinical experiences into practice that is evidence-based.
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