Archives forDr Jeff Marler

11
Aug
2014
ENTASI Method | Help for managing your stutter

ENTASI Method | Help for managing your stutter

By Jeffrey Marler on August 11, 2014 in Blog with 1 Comment

There is Help for managing your stutter ENTASI, the Dallas metro area’s only support group for professionals who stutter, is helping real people advance in their business and career relationships You’re standing at the head of a conference table, all the chairs filled with people who are silently waiting, focused on you as you prepare to […]

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6
Aug
2014
Snap Circuit – A Win Win for helping students/clients

Snap Circuit – A Win Win for helping students/clients

By Jeffrey Marler on August 6, 2014 in Dr. Jeff's Recommendations with No Comments

I absolutely love the Elenco Snap Circuit sets! www.snapcircuits.net  Whether my students/clients like science, math, design, or just like to solve basic problems, Snap Circuits give them hours of fun learning while sparking their imaginations. I find that the Snap Circuit projects help me break the ice with my clients who might otherwise be nervous about seeing a speech-language pathologist. […]

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26
May
2014
Focused play with 30-month-old child | Jeff Marler Aspire

Focused play with 30-month-old child | Jeff Marler Aspire

By Jeffrey Marler on May 26, 2014 in Videos with 2 Comments

Focused play with 30-month-old child from Aspire Interventions on Vimeo.

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23
May
2014
Tips to establish & strengthen your child’s attention skills that you can use at home!

Tips to establish & strengthen your child’s attention skills that you can use at home!

By Jeffrey Marler on May 23, 2014 in Blog with No Comments

Tips you can use at home to establish & strengthen your child’s attention skills As a parent, you want to know that you’ve done all you can do to prepare your child for learning in the classroom. Many children have difficulty learning in a school setting, but there are things you can do that will help your […]

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8
May
2014
Happy Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day

By Jeffrey Marler on May 8, 2014 in Blog with No Comments

Where would we be without our moms?  We want to send out a special thanks to the Mothers who belong to special needs children. Found this poem that shares our feelings for special need parents. Special need mothers should be celebrated. Heaven’s Very Special Child A meeting was held quite far from earth, “It’s time again […]

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4
Mar
2014
How Insurance Regulations Impact Your Child’s Services & What You Can Do About It

How Insurance Regulations Impact Your Child’s Services & What You Can Do About It

By Jeffrey Marler on March 4, 2014 in Blog with 1 Comment

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 […]

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30
Jan
2014
Let the Fun & Learning Begin!!

Let the Fun & Learning Begin!!

By Jeffrey Marler on January 30, 2014 in Videos with 1 Comment

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 […]

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2
Jan
2014
Ender’s Game –  A graphic novel by Orson Scott Card, Chris Yost & Pasqual Ferry

Ender’s Game – A graphic novel by Orson Scott Card, Chris Yost & Pasqual Ferry

By Jeffrey Marler on January 2, 2014 in Dr. Jeff's Recommendations with No Comments

Comic Book Speech Pathology 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 […]

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19
Dec
2013
A Boy with Down syndrome gets accepted into College

A Boy with Down syndrome gets accepted into College

By Jeffrey Marler on December 19, 2013 in Blog with No Comments

We love stuff like this!  In fact we dare you to not love stuff like this. Rion Holcombe, a 20 year old with Down syndrome, receives a special letter in the mail. Watch as his dream comes true. Ryan will have the chance to become a college student at Clemson University! He has been accepted […]

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10
Dec
2013
With the hands the mind speaks

With the hands the mind speaks

By Jeffrey Marler on December 10, 2013 in Blog with No Comments

“the child is father to the man” I’ve been thinking about how cultural and technological shifts must be affecting the way we behave and how we learn. The director of a local KinderCare recently told me that she is concerned for some of her families. Some of these parents are convinced that their two- and […]

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