Simple Words, Engaging Pictures, an Extraordinary Lesson in Sounds!
/k/ COW CAKE NEW!!
/o/ UH-OH! NEW!!
/g/ TOO BIG! NEW!!
/t/ TOM'S TOES CAN...
/d/ DADDY DO
/n/ BUNNY NEEDS A NAP
/b/ OH! A BUBBLE...
/p/ POP UP!
/m/ MAMA MORE...
/α/ BLOCK ON TOP
/h/ HANNAH SIGHS...
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"sh", "ch" and /i/
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As Speech Language Pathologists, we found it increasingly difficult to locate appropriate materials for our young clients; particularly those experiencing delays in early speech sound production. In addition, we were frequently asked by parents for materials they could use at home to support their child's acquisition and use of early consonants and words. Unable to find a resource that contained all the elements we were looking for; we set out to create what these special children and parents were so desperately in need of… First Sound Series .

Lavinia Pereira, M.A., CCC-SLP, PC and Michelle Solomon, M.A., CCC-SLP, PC, both earned their degree in Speech-Language Pathology from New York University. Each holds a permanent certificate as a Teacher of Speech and Hearing Handicapped, a Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA, and is licensed in New York State.

Currently, Lavinia is in private practice on Manhattan's Upper East Side and holds a position as a clinical supervisor of graduate students. Michelle is currently in private practice with two office locations on Manhattan's Upper East Side. In addition, she instructs licensed speech therapists on therapy technique. Both Lavinia and Michelle specialize in the assessment and treatment of motor speech disorders. Their caseloads consist of children diagnosed with a range of disabilities including: Developmental Dyspraxia/Apraxia, Autism/ PDD, Dysarthria, Down Syndrome, Developmental Delay, Sensory Integration Disorder, and Auditory Processing Disorder.

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Created by Speech-Language Pathologists

A series of interactive children's books that foster the development and growth of speech and language skills through the use of repetition functional vocabulary and familiar phrases. Written and designed to appeal to children, parents and professionals.

 
 
 
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