Better Language & Happier Moms

I’ll share with you what I’ve learned during 30 years of teaching and 18 years working as a researcher and speech-language pathologist (SLP):

Children with learning challenges learn faster, retain more, and can more easily show you what they know when they think they’re just having fun!

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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.

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Individual + Group Therapy = Better Language + Happier Moms

October 5, 2015 - No Comments

ASPIRE moms share some of their concerns & victories! Do you have a child who struggles with her speech? Maybe he gets frustrated making or trying to keep friends? Are you worried that your child doesn’t learn very easily or doesn’t seem to have the language to communicate what happened in school that day? Individual […]

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Making the School IEP Process Easier

April 16, 2015 - No Comments

Making the School IEP Process Easier (complete with a 9-step guide for parents) Getting a disabilities plan in place at school is often daunting for a concerned parent, to say the least. With a maze of paperwork, specialists, testing and meetings to navigate, it can be downright disheartening for parents who are unfamiliar with the […]

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Making abstract concepts concrete for young children with social learning issues

March 4, 2015 - No Comments

 Strategies parents can use at home In our summer speech camp we use an interactive prop with the 5-8 year old group called Sensory Body to facilitate social learning. The camp setting is ideal for teaching the abstract concepts necessary for learning in a group and gives the kids opportunity to practice engaging with other […]