Speech and Language


SLP Storytellers Unite Challenge: What's Your Story?


Are you a speech-language pathologist or a speech-language pathology assistant? Do you have a funny or inspirational therapy story to tell? If so, we'd love to feature your therapy story and your voice on our new animated series. Contact us for more information and for a copy of the rules and regulations for submission. Submissions are open until December 5th, 2017 for this season. Send us a message with your script of no more than 250 words for consideration. Check out these first few episodes from some of our awesome SLP friends. Your story may be featured on our YouTube channel or on the SpeechScience Roku Channel.

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The Accent

A businessman seeks help from a corporate SLP.

Written and narrated by Ritika Kahandal Shinde, M.S., CCC-SLP.

Dancing Wheelchairs

Two women are assisted by an SLP post tracheostomy.

Written and narrated by Heather Gross, M.S., CF-SLP.

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Coming Soon

M.B.C.T. Conversation Connections - many children with autism struggle with basic conversation skills. This app may be used to help your child learn how to initiate and respond to comments of increasing difficulty. Currently being beta tested.    

We're the Creators of Melodic Based Communication Therapy (M.B.C.T.). See How M.B.C.T. Works!

Adrian was age 7 and nonverbal with autism at the time of initiating Melodic Based Communication Therapy (4x/week for 5 weeks). Family members credit M.B.C.T. for helping him become verbal after having tried many other methods of intervention. You will want to make sure you see updated videos of him 3 years later at age 10 as he now speaks two languages.