Got R Problems? A Phonemic Approach to R Remediation

Articulation , ASHA Continuing Education Approved , Special Education , Speech Therapy , SLP Summit , Intermediate

This Course is offered for 0.10 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Professional Area)

** FREE SLP SUMMIT Live Webinar Replay - only available until Friday 8/18/17, 5:00PMPT **

Frustrated with treating /r/ disorders?  This course offers a new and refreshing approach to treat the most difficult of sounds. Backed with extensive research and field testing, a complete phonemic approach to evaluating and treating /r/ is presented based on the 32 different types of /r/.

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After completing this webinar:

1. Return and take the Quiz attached to this course - 80% accuracy required.
2. Complete the Course Evaluation: https://goo.gl/forms/0hKB8aLCmV9tuGaJ3
3. In your YGU profile: Add ASHA Number and required information to submit for ASHA CE credit.



Financial Disclosure

Christine is the owner of Say It Right and receives income from this site. Presenter receives a monetary compensation from YGU for this course. 

No non-financial disclosures.

After completing this course, the student will be able to...

  1. Identify the 6 /r/ controlled vowels.
  2. Know how to phonetically evaluate and treat the various word positions of the 6 vocalic /r/’s.
  3. Write 4 measurable and objective IEP goals for the /r/ phonemes.
  4. List 3 specific articulation techniques to elicit the /r/ phoneme.
  5. List 3 reasons for evaluating and treating /r/ phonetically.

Course Agenda

0-5 Intro
5-40:  Assessment and goal writing
40-55:  Intervention strategies
55-60:  Q and A

181 Reviews

  • lindsay-11

    5 days ago

    useful information to get started with this approach

    sonia

    5 days ago

    stephanie-81

    5 days ago

    Very helpful information!

    angie

    5 days ago

    I found this webinar to be very informative. I find this approach to be more effective than the traditional approach and am excited to start using it more. Thank you!

    sara-13

    5 days ago

    jan-4

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    rachel-29

    5 days ago

    cathy-4

    5 days ago

    Great information! I loved the visuals, discussion and examples provided.

    kaitlyn-8

    5 days ago

    I thought this course had very useful information, and I really enjoyed the part about natural tongue placement, as I had not thought about that before. Definitely will be incorporating that into my therapy!

    nicole-27

    5 days ago

    lindsay-19

    5 days ago

    donna-2

    5 days ago

    Very helpful

    janet-10

    5 days ago

    Breaks a often mind whirling, hard-to-resolve issue into to bit sized pieces.

    rebecca-1

    5 days ago

    I thought the information was very useful, and I thought that the explanations were very clear. I plan on starting to use this approach more.

    randee-1

    5 days ago

    julie42

    5 days ago

    kimberley-1

    5 days ago

    crystal-18

    5 days ago

    erin-77

    5 days ago

    Great overview. Materials and approach seem like they will be very helpful

    kaitlin-9

    5 days ago

    emily-81

    5 days ago

    Very helpful. Thank you! I enjoy using your screener. It has totally changed how I do /r/ therapy.

    nancy-32

    5 days ago

    Ready, set, and go with the phonemic approach to R remediation!

    veronika-1

    5 days ago

    melissamarget

    5 days ago

    sonia-4

    5 days ago

    Enjoyed learning about the therapy technique in a quick effective manner. Great resource.

    superstuck

    5 days ago

    susan-7

    5 days ago

    what a great course! I work in a preschool but now I actually would love to see an "r" student to try these techniques out

    pat

    5 days ago

    Some good info. Would have been nice to know ahead of time this was specific to someone's program. No budget to purchase these materials.

    linda-18

    5 days ago

    patricia-24

    5 days ago

    practical and useful

    josephine-1

    5 days ago

    sheila-7

    5 days ago

    bonnie-2

    5 days ago

    Too much time spent on reading words on a list again and again. We can see the R is in initial position. Not enough time spent on determining when to move on to another allophone or which one to choose.

    gabrielle

    5 days ago

    jessicaem

    5 days ago

    marina-3

    5 days ago

    Great review of /r/ treatment!!!

    alison-4

    5 days ago

    alison-1

    5 days ago

    kelly-45

    5 days ago

    Helpful reminders to focus on the different allophones as well as determining the natural tongue placement for each child.

    jenniferblaineslp-1

    5 days ago

    kristin-49

    5 days ago

    Great refresher and tips for some of my tricky r kids!

    jessica-106

    5 days ago

    Super informative and tips to apply to therapy! Have been using screening for years but gave me a better insight.

    laurens

    5 days ago

    crystal-6

    5 days ago

    very helpful info. loved the clear examples and explanations

    jana

    5 days ago

    becky-7

    5 days ago

    kristaldyoung

    5 days ago

    Great info!

    tracy-10

    5 days ago

    Very informative session! I have been using her Entire World of R materials for years and it really works!!!

    jackie1

    5 days ago

    bridget-5

    5 days ago

    cheryl-19

    5 days ago

    Very useful information presented!

    sheri-3

    5 days ago

    erin-9

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    kimberly-50

    5 days ago

    kathryn-8

    5 days ago

    jerilyn-1

    5 days ago

    Fantastic

    valerie-4

    5 days ago

    sandra-4

    5 days ago

    I found this webinar to be very helpful and appreciated an overview of the articulation screeners and the program to use for "R" remediation. Very clear explanations and useful information that can be incorporated into therapy immediately. Thank you.

    mila

    5 days ago

    jfreed17-1

    5 days ago

    jennifer-145

    5 days ago

    Thank you for this presentation. This is definitely going to help me treat students who are working on the /r/ sound.

    atallerday-1

    5 days ago

    Great review of information and resources for therapy!

    jordan-2

    5 days ago

    donna-16

    5 days ago

    Great review and helpful resource information

    olivia-9

    5 days ago

    diana-17

    5 days ago

    Great information. Have always used a phonetic approach throughout my career because it made sense to me and seemed logical. Like the way she streamlined what I thought was natural progression into a format that can be understood and followed by those who don't. Love her screeners and elicitation tools.

    abby-7

    5 days ago

    Very helpful!!

    miss_melissakay

    5 days ago

    Very helpful!

    meghan-13

    5 days ago

    The course content was informative and explained in a great manner. Definitely provided me with a realistic way to implement this in my outpatient facility.

    michele-17

    5 days ago

    Great information with very useful screenings, probes and techniques for remediation.

    mercedes

    5 days ago

    nicole-69

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    deborah-24

    5 days ago

    susan-19

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    jane-12

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    erinn

    5 days ago

    mildred

    5 days ago

    Very practical. Thanks

    dina-1

    5 days ago

    charleen

    5 days ago

    karen-38

    5 days ago

    delia

    5 days ago

    Awesome information!

    caitlin-19

    5 days ago

    Very useful information! Thank you!

    amithomas

    5 days ago

    ashley-80

    5 days ago

    amy-44

    5 days ago

    ann-marie

    5 days ago

    Her program is very helpful.

    trina

    5 days ago

    erika-13

    5 days ago

    jessica-1

    5 days ago

    SO helpful and informative!

    kelly-12

    5 days ago

    lisa-33

    5 days ago

    I found this course exceptionally beneficial. I have the book and it sits on my shelf and I don't take complete and utter advantage of using the book with my few students that are working on the /r/ sound. I found the handouts very helpful and will use them as a resource when utilizing my book. I am thrilled it's a new school year and hopefully will have more /r/ students so I can apply what I've learned and help my students produce a successful /r/. Thanks so much!!!

    judith-3

    5 days ago

    The supplemental video in her presentation did not play the audio in replaying of the live course. The material was well organized and flowed in a sequential manner.

    pam-4

    5 days ago

    This method of teaching R seems very natural and efficient

    susan-39

    5 days ago

    kathleen-46

    5 days ago

    Very helpful!

    becky-4

    5 days ago

    courtney

    5 days ago

    julie-24

    5 days ago

    nancy-24

    5 days ago

    Great, practical ideas for /r/ remediation! I wish the video would have worked on the replay...darn technical difficulties! :)

    stephanie-103

    5 days ago

    very informative! Thank you!

    whitney-10

    5 days ago

    sloaneecan

    5 days ago

    estela

    5 days ago

    The audio from the video she showed of a sample R eval did not work

    kristen18

    5 days ago

    tracy-23

    5 days ago

    I already use this approach and I picked up some helpful information to refine what I am doing!

    brunneam

    5 days ago

    caitlin-8

    5 days ago

    nicole-25

    5 days ago

    maria6189

    5 days ago

    Great presentation with very practical and clearly explained guidelines for intervention.

    lauren-129

    5 days ago

    trudy-ann

    5 days ago

    jhudson

    5 days ago

    erica-27

    5 days ago

    elizabeth-4

    5 days ago

    desiree-1

    5 days ago

    Really good information on remediation of the /r/ sound.

    sarajean

    5 days ago

    chelsea-21

    5 days ago

    Very helpful for targeting /r/ in school therapy setting!

    maureen-3

    5 days ago

    Wonderful info I haven't heard in 10 years of practicing!

    caroline-10

    5 days ago

    I plan to use the screeners in the upcoming weeks. Good information regarding /r/

    katherine-32

    5 days ago

    p-jill

    5 days ago

    shelley-3

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    lisa-132

    5 days ago

    anya-1

    5 days ago

    Thank you for the useful information. I look forward to putting this approach into practice.

    kjones-1

    5 days ago

    melissa-46

    5 days ago

    tammy-12

    5 days ago

    Great information! It seems that this program would have all the materials necessary to work on the /r/ sound through a phonetic approach.

    renee-1

    5 days ago

    very informative and I never thought of tongue placement for the natural position the child uses for the sound.

    kimberly-65

    5 days ago

    Thanks for the great ideas and resources!

    tori-2

    5 days ago

    amanda-109

    5 days ago

    lola

    5 days ago

    mybree

    5 days ago

    It's a great reminder of how to correctly assess and treat the /r/ sound. I am interested in using the Entire World of R assessments and screeners.

    deborah-13

    5 days ago

    eliza

    5 days ago

    kelsey-5

    5 days ago

    Excited to try out this screening approach!

    annette-2

    5 days ago

    krystina-1

    5 days ago

    elizabeth-3

    5 days ago

    Useful information and suggestions

    leah-4

    5 days ago

    janelle-5

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    brandihelm-1

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    pam-10

    5 days ago

    bethany-1

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    jaileene

    5 days ago

    kristi-20

    5 days ago

    amy-56

    5 days ago

    I feel like I have more tools in my toolbox now on how to work with student who struggle with the /r/ phoneme.

    ashley-23

    5 days ago

    rachel-19

    5 days ago

    Very useful information and helpful!!

    michelle-17

    5 days ago

    jessica-134

    5 days ago

    Great information- can't wait to try these techniques in therapy!

    kate-30

    5 days ago

    kayla-31

    5 days ago

    nikita

    5 days ago

    pamela-23

    5 days ago

    useful info

    charlyne

    5 days ago

    amy-166

    5 days ago

    rosemary-1

    5 days ago

    I have used this approach and find it is very effective.

    jody-1

    5 days ago

    cassandra-1

    5 days ago

    shannon129

    5 days ago

    Thank you for the great ideas! You are right, we aren't taught this in grad school and it's one of the m most dreaded sounds. I love your approach and can see it working very well with many students!

    theresa-24

    5 days ago

    Great information and will be using in my therapy this fall. She didn't need to read the word lists.

    ashley-19

    5 days ago

    nicole-11

    5 days ago

    erin-75

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    nancy-34

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    megan-40

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    grace-6

    5 days ago

    lacyt3

    5 days ago

    wendy-28

    5 days ago

    I knew about the Screener, but not the advanced screener...thank you!

    jordan-4

    5 days ago

    I loved the hand outs!

    kara-34

    5 days ago

    kelly-76

    5 days ago

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    5 days ago

    I have had the materials for years but never used them with fidelity. Look forward to applying what i learned from this course!

    tempe

    5 days ago

    jennifer-48

    5 days ago

    I was using this approach without even knowing it! I learned a lot of knew ideas for therapy and screening. Thank you!

    lorene-claire

    5 days ago

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