Tag Archives: Oral Motor

Task Specificity in Early Oral Motor Development

By: Erin M. Wilson, Ph.D.,Jordan R. Green, Ph.D.,Yana Y. Yunusova, Ph.D.,and Christopher A. Moore, Ph.D. This article addresses a long-standing clinical and theoretical debate regarding the potential relationship between speech and nonspeech behaviors in the developing system. The review is motivated … Continue reading


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Improving Feeding Safety and Speech Clarity for Clients with Moebius Syndrome

By: Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson, MS, CCC/SLP Copyright © 1999 Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson, M.S., CCC-SLP This Article was reprinted from SRH Therapies with the express permission of the Author Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson. Over the past 12 years I have evaluated or worked with over one hundred children … Continue reading


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Horns As Therapy Tools

By: Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson Published in ADVANCE Magazine May 31, 1999 Copyright © 1999 Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson, M.S., CCC-SLP This Article was reprinted from SRH Therapies with the express permission of the Author Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson. If horns had not been invented by ancient … Continue reading


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Oral Motor Exercises for Down Syndrome – Devising Your Own Oral Motor Home Programme

All material Copyright © May 2009 The Down Syndrome Centre Reprinted with the express permission of the Down Syndrome Centre as originally published on their website. By: Marinet vanVuren Marinet vanVuren is a South African born Speech and Language Therapist. For the … Continue reading


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Nonspeech Oral Motor Exercises – An Update on the Controversy – ASHA 2009

This handout was distributed by Dr. Gregory Lof at the 2009 ASHA convention. We reprint it here with his explicit permission. Read the Entire article HERE


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