Teacher's For Tomorrow Project - Speech Impairment
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This is my buddy Spot
Sometimes, Spot gets nervous when he talks and his words don't come out the same way he hears or thinks them.
I make sure that I am very understanding of Spot, and listen to what he has to say, even when he struggles.
If I am still having a hard time understanding, I ask him to repeat himself
Since Spot has been struggling in his speech for a while, he goes to a speech therapist once a week at school, who helps him work on improvements
There are three main forms of speech impairment; voice, articulation, and fluency
That's Right Spot!
With help from his speech therapist, Spot is getting better everyday!
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