Say It Right
This course specifically focuses on chronic /r/ students who have been in speech therapy for /r/ intervention for a year or more. There is a ten step process that is used to navigate these students in a new therapeutic direction. This course is also part of the R Makeover Course.
Participants will name the 10 steps for breaking ineffective intervention habits.
- Participants will list 2 reasons why to perform an oral mech exam and name 2 things to look for during the exam.
- Participants will name at least 4 regrouping strategies and when to use them.
- Participants will name 4 ways to improve student motivation.
- Trouble shooting and starting over
- Breaking previous intervention habits.
- Performing an oral mechanism exam.
- Regrouping strategies.
- Improving student motivation.
Owner and Developer, Say It Right
Christine Ristuccia started Say It Right in 2000 and her flagship product is The Entire World of /r/, which is a phonemic approach to /r/ remediation.
Christine received her Master of Science degree in communicative disorders at the University of Redlands, Redlands, CA and a Bachelor of Science degree in health sciences from San Diego State University. Christine is an experienced school-based speech-language pathologist who has worked with a wide range of communicative disorders ranging from preschool to adulthood. Christine founded Say It Right in 1999. Her phonemic approach to /r/ remediation, The Entire World of R™, sets the standard for efficient, successful correction of /r/ articulation errors. Christine is the author of several books and has spoken throughout the United States on articulation disorders.
Say It Right is an approved ASHA CE provided. The R Makeover Course is worth .1 CEUs. The course will be a self-study course and all materials will be available to you for 1 year.
Entire World of R Advanced Screening
Entire World of R Single Word Screening
Materials for Older /r/ Students
R Carryover Program