megan smith

Pronouncing a Sound You Can’t Hear

Pronouncing a Sound You Can’t Hear

We often work with people who know that they have trouble with certain sounds, but who say they don’t hear the difference between their version and the “correct” version. How can they learn to say what they can’t even hear? We often work with people who know that they have trouble with certain sounds, but who say they don’t hear the difference between their version and the “correct” version. How can they learn to say what they can’t even hear?

Making the Most of Your Initial Consultation

Making the Most of Your Initial Consultation

Many of the clients who visit our clinic have never seen a speech-language pathologist before. Take a look here and learn about what to expect.

Making Your Stutter a Part of Your Personal Brand

Making Your Stutter a Part of Your Personal Brand

Avoidance and struggle are both typical experiences for people who stutter. Leaning in and embracing stuttering can often have surprising and far-reaching effects on their lives.

How a Speech Therapist Can Help You If Your Loved One Has Aphasia

How a Speech Therapist Can Help You If Your Loved One Has Aphasia

For many people with aphasia, there is some evidence that communication partner training can increase the effectiveness of their interactions with their loved ones, even though this type of therapy does not directly impact their ability to produce sounds, words or sentences.