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Book Recommendation: Ender's Game
A tremendous series for wooing our young, reluctant readers back to the printed page.
“Ender’s Game” will likely continue the great work of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and even J.K. Rowling.Read more
Not so LITTLE victories
We understand how hard families work to see success. Knowing this, we celebrate every victory.
There really are no little victories. Every Victory is HUGE.Read more
With the Hands the Mind Speaks
Cultural and technological shifts are affecting the way we behave and how we learn.
Some skills can't be taught on an iPad. Is the upcoming generation going to be missing some development?Read more
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Speech-Language Pathologist in Southlake, Texas
Successful communication is vital to all areas of life: Academic, social, and business.
If you are having speech- or language-based communication problems, seek help from ASPIRE – Innovative Language Interventions, PLLC. Speech-language pathologist Dr. Jeffrey A. Marler, CCC-SLP and his exceptional staff specialize in individualized assessments and therapies for speech disorders, language-based learning disorders, reading disorders, social language modifications, and brain-injury related communication deficits.
With a skillful approach based upon demonstrated success and informed by your specific needs, Dr. Marler provides you with accurate assessments and effective treatments. Improve your communication success with services from our certified speech-language pathologists in Southlake, Texas.Read More
March 4, 2014 - No Comments
Next Window Please… As a parent or a care-taker of a loved one, have you ever found yourself in a position to have to ask tough, and sometimes painful questions about their educational needs? (1) When you have a family member who is in need of help, how long do you want to wait? (2) Once […]More
January 30, 2014 - No Comments
As a clinician, one of my most important jobs is to help parents figure out how they can strengthen their child’s language. How do you get a 7-year-old boy to practice?: 1. Use words rather than describing everything he wants to say with noises 2. Accurately use pronouns (I, you, she, they) with the right […]More
January 2, 2014 - No Comments
I’m always looking for reading material that will grab my poor reading middle- and high-schoolers.. ..For one thing, it takes me a while to determine when a student’s poor reading is due to real reading deficits (are they one of the 1 out of 5 students Sally Shaywitz tells us has a true reading disability?) […]More