Good Speech Therapy Books

The best speech therapy books for kids and adults include “101 Games and Activities for Children,” “The Ultimate Guide to Articulation Therapy” and “How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk.”

“101 Games and Activities for Children” is a book by Jackie Silberg, a speech-language pathologist who specializes in children’s learning disorders. The book contains 101 games that use toys, crafts, music and other materials to teach speech development. It is suitable for both adults and children.

“The Ultimate Guide to Articulation Therapy” is a book by Jenna Rayburn that helps therapists understand the best practices of articulation therapy. The book also includes activities and worksheets meant to be used during sessions.

“How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk,” written by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish, is a guidebook on how adults can communicate more effectively with their children. The book focuses on how adults can better listen to their children, reduce power struggles within the family unit and guide children more effectively through positive reinforcement.

This list is a guide for speech therapists who are looking for books to recommend to clients. It was compiled with the help of other speech therapists, as well as parents and teachers. The authors are all speech therapists themselves, and have worked with children with various language needs.

Books on this list have been carefully selected based on multiple factors. In addition to considering overall quality, we have also considered the age range of the book and whether it is appropriate for a particular group of children (e.g., boys or girls). You can use this list to find books appropriate for your students’ needs.

There are many resources that can help you find books on topics related to speech therapy. Look at this list as a starting point in your search for books that will be meaningful and helpful for your students.

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