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Join me for The Speech-EZ Webinar Series

Hi everyone! I am excited to announce my participation in The Speech-EZ® Webinar series. I want to thank everyone for following my blog as I am passionate about using technology to enhance the speech and language skills of my clients. I invite you to join me so I can teach you how to implement this technology into your home or therapy sessions. Here is a little bit more about the webinar:

Appdapted: Thinking Outside the App

September 24th; 10:00 am EDT (90 minutes)
September 25th; 7:00 pm EDT (90 minutes)

Abstract

Since the iPad was released there have been many apps designed for speech and language therapy and most of these apps are great for therapy. However there are countless free and inexpensive apps that with a little creativity can be “Appdapted” to suit a variety of therapy needs

Appdapted is a term that was coined to describe the process of taking apps that were not specifically developed for therapy and adapting them to suite therapeutic needs. Apps utilizing augmented reality, QR codes, and voice activation will be discussed and short tutorials will demonstrate how to take these apps and turn them into useful and engaging therapy tools. This is an intermediate level course that is geared toward professionals and parents that have a strong working knowledge of the iPad and iOS.

Learning Outcomes

1)    Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to efficiently search for apps and identify 2-3 apps search tools or blogs to aide them in discovering new apps.

2)    Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to take free and inexpensive apps and create engaging therapy activities.

 3)    Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to define terms such as augmented reality and quick response codes.

Disclourse 

I have no relevant financial or nonfinancial relationships to disclose.

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This course is offered for .15 ASHA CEUs (Introductory level, Professional Area)

September 24th; 10:00 am EDT (90 minutes)
September 25th; 7:00 pm EDT (90 minutes)

Click here to Register Now

 

Please share and reblog to spread the word about the webinar series!! Thank you and hope to see you soon!

 

Also check out the other webinars in The Speech-EZ® Webinar series:

Your Brain on Music: Understanding and Implementing Music in Therapy and at Home

August 28th; 10:00 am EDT (90 minutes)
August 29th; 7:00 pm EDT (90 minutes)

An Overview of Auditory Processing Disorder Subtypes and Practical Therapy Tips

October 15th; 10:00 am EDT (90 minutes)
October 16th; 7:00 pm EDT (90 minutes)

Here are some great new FREE apps to add your iPad toolbox. I am discussing  QR (quick response) codes and AR in this post because I feel they are  closely related.  With all AR and QR apps there is some up front “programming” time that has to be spent.  What I mean by “programming time” is that you will have to take some time to link the QR codes to physical link or content that live somewhere on the web or iPad.  Once this upfront work is done you can create some fun activities for any type of client you are working with.  So let’s jump right in and check out these apps.

QR Jump

Free for iPhone and iPad

This is a QR scanning app with a twist.  It is designed specifically for classroom use and is the first app that I have come across that links physical content on your iPad to a QR code. You are able to link a QR code to a song/audio or video that is located on your iPad.  You can see where this could come in handy when working with students with varying abilities.

The setup for linking your song/audio and video is fairly simply:

1)  Make sure your song/audio is synced to your iTunes library

2) Head over to your favorite QR generator ( I recommend http://qrcode.kaywa.com/) and create a text QR Code with the word “audio” in front of the file name, which would look like this “audio Old MacDonald”

3) The song/audio should begin to play automatically.

I had  a bit more trouble with getting the video to work properly. I played around with a few different video formats however when linked the app states that it can not locate the video.  So I will continue to play around and post any updates I get it working.  In the mean time if you want to link videos just create a QR code with a YouTube video link and QR Jump will open it up for you.

QR Jump can also be used to open links, text, and pictures. The difference with this app and other QR scanners is that your content w  opens up within the app itself and does not open up say a new Safari or YouTube window. This is helpful by keeping everything in one place as you can enable Guided Access and lock the user in the app.   The following pictures are examples of using QR Jump with a picture URL, YouTube link, and plain text.

        

 

AR Overlays

Free for iPad

If read Part One to this post you will remember that I discussed the app Aurasma which is very similar to AR Overlays but as Sarah Ward would say “they are the same but different”.  Aurasma and AR Overlays  allows users to create real-time overlays to be applied when you scan an image. Unlike Aurasma, AR Overlay doesn’t allow video or animations, however it does allow for free drawing, texts, and stickers to be added to your picture once you scan it. Let’s take a  look at an example of what this looks like.

AR Overlays seems to be a little less technically and pairing the picture to the overlay that you would like. Here is an example of using a SuperDuper If … Then… card. If you have used these cards before they can be a little cheesy and somewhat boring so pairing them with an AR Overlay can make them a little more appealing for those reluctant children out there.

To add an overlay here are the steps:

1) Make sure the image is visible int he view finder and tap on the Green PLUS.

2) Crop the image area.

3) Now you can add text, images, and stickers to your image!

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Here is another use for the app. In the picture below I used it to identify the correct answers on a worksheet. I simply circled the correct answers using the draw feature.

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Pic-A-Boo is a free app by Pic-A-Boo Baby that offers a fun twist on peek-a-boo. At first glance this app is inline with other similar peek-a-boo apps out there like the Peek-a-Boo series by Night & Day Studios. The premise of Pic-A-Boo is simple, you tap on the screen and you reveal the object hiding behind the hands, barn door, blanket, or doll house.

 

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The game comes free with Cute Animals and Happy Robots to play pic-a-boo with. The remaining pictures are available as a in-app purchase of $1.99 and include over 40   images in 6 different sets of fun peekaboo games including farm and zoo animals with real sounds, illustrated eggs in a variety of uniforms, happy robots, illustrated animals and sweet stars.

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The best part of the app, which is included as part of the in-app purchases, is the ability to import your own and create your own “Boos”. With the ability to import your own pictures you are free to change it up a bit and target pronouns by adding pictures of yourself , family members, and the child as well as working on things like verbs or articulation.

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The ability to record your voice is somewhat limited as you are only able to record the sound that plays each time the object that is hiding is revealed which could be fun for younger children.

Pictured below are some examples of some  CVC words to play a  fun game of Pic-A-Boo!!

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Pic-A-Boo is available for iPad

 

20130328-110728.jpgKids Vehicles 1: Interactive Fire Truck, $1.99, is a 3D interactive App by 22 learn available for iPad and iPhone. It similar to other interactive apps out there as you are able to drive the truck, put out fires, and learn about fire truck vocabulary. The one twist with this app is the augmented reality feature which allows you to virtually drive the fire truck around in your environment. This of course opens lots of doors for use in speech therapy!

This pictures show the fire rescue mini game:

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The next thing you want to do is set up your environment to use with the augmented reality. In this example we were driving around and searching for the fire. It was hidden around the room. On chairs, under tables, and in lots of other silly places. (The disclaimer here obviously is to make sure you are working with a client that understands fire safety.) We then worked on his sentence structure as he is one of those kiddos that tends to leave out “the”, “is”, and “a/an” in his sentences. He had to hide the fire and then explain to me over our walkie talkies exactly where it was.20130328-110944.jpg

Additional activities can include:

  1. Targeting articulation by hiding cards around the room that the child needs to “rescue”
  2. Targeting following directions and have the child follow 1-2 step directions i.e., drive to the table then make a left.
  3. Targeting narrative skills by having the child tell the story about how the saved the day.

Be creative and have fun!

Please feel free to comment on any other ideas you have for using this app🙂

 

 

 

Speech Therapy on the Fly

Sorry for the delay between posts! I figured the last week of February would be as good a time as any for my first post of 2013, so without further ado here is:  Speech Therapy on the Fly

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The use of apps have made the lives of speech-language pathologists and special educators around the world much easier. Well unless you have a parent hand you an iPad and say please program my child’s AAC app, depending on who you are you might run in the other direction! New apps are released daily and it’s almost impossible to keep track of them, heck it’s almost impossible to keep track of the apps I have on my iPad. We really need something better than a “folder” that holds only 20 apps don’t you think ?? Anyway let me get to the point of this post! I have been using a few apps lately that allow me to create on the fly and go with the flow of  some of my moody clients or Appdapt with another app or to a pen and paper type program. Here are 3  great examples:

Puppet Pals HD Directors Pass  $2.99 in the App store available for iPhone and iPad

Puppet Pals as been around a while and there is actually a Puppet Pals 2 that came out recently, however I still prefer the first version because you are able to use your whole body in the scene whereas Puppet Pals 2 you are only capable of using your head.  So with this app you can quickly add a background scene and place virtually any characters in your scene.  You then record your scene by moving your character around as the app records your voice and your character’s movements. You can see by the picture below  that my client is really into dinosaur and enjoyed making the dinosaur eat him.

Director's Pass allows you to take pictures from your photo roll and narrate a "play" about them.

Director’s Pass allows you to take pictures from your photo roll and narrate a “play” about them.

PicCollage – free for iPhone and iPad

PicCollage is a fabulous app that has lots of applications for therapy. The purpose of this app is to create collages using pictures from your camera roll and the web.  The web search on this app is one of the most useful features you can literally add anything that comes to a client’s mind and instantly crop and add it to the collage.

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The picture above is the start screen when opening PicCollage. You can see the options included which are: capturing a picture, adding a photo, photo from web, adding text, and adding stickers. Some stickers like hats or sunglasses are free but most you have to purchase. I quickly started using this app to pair with other apps. For example I have been using Rainbow Sentences by Mobile Education Store to focus on sentence structure with some of my clients. While using the Rainbow Sentences App I take screenshots of some of the sentences my clients were successful with and then use the screenshots in PicCollage. Here is an example:

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 As you can see the screen shot is the background image from Rainbow Sentences. I took a picture of my client, cropped her body out and inserted it into the collage. I then searched for roller skates and a helmet having my client request the type that she wanted. These were then cropped and placed on the picture to give the illusion that she is wearing skates and a helmet. Finally I searched for word bubbles and inserted that in as well with the text.  So I was able to seamlessly transition to another activity but still working on the previous goals all while keeping my client motivated by having her personalize the picture.

Another use for PicCollage is with my older clients that I am using Nanci Bell’s  Verbalizing and Visualizing. If you are unfamiliar with the program I recommend that you check it out. It focuses on having children create a whole image or a “gestalt” from auditory information and from printed material to improve their comprehension. I have been using this app at the Word Imaging and Sentence Imaging stages. As we work on images and sentences we are able to use this app to create virtually any sentence on the fly.  For example we were working on the known noun “Christmas tree” and created a sentence “The girl is decorating the Christmas tree.”  Naturally when asked what does this make you picture? my client simply repeated the sentence back to me without being able to actually visualize what the sentence meant to him. So in comes PicCollage to the rescue. Within in a few minutes we had this picture visualized as he explained each portion of the picture to me.

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Notability $1.99 on Sale Now!

I originally got this app to use during conferences and workshops because you can upload handouts and write or record voice directly onto them. You are able to integrate handwriting with typing and recording to make taking notes easy. This app can also be used on the fly. I recently started working with a client that had moved out-of-state and only comes to the clinic while she is in town visiting. We were focusing on her /r/ sound and since she would only be seeing me for  a short period I wanted something that she could take with her back home. Using Notability we typed and drew on the screen as we discussed the type of approach we were going to use to work on her /r/ sound.  We then took some pictures of her tongue placement to remind her of what good and not so good placement looks like.   I then printed it out and sent it home with her.20130226-211032.jpg

snakey

What did Snakey eat?  is one of  my favorite apps right now. The purpose of the game is to figure out what Snakey ate. I love it because its very simple but you can use it to target a variety of areas. It can be used to answer yes/no questions, question formation, problems solving skills, and categories.  For $.99  this is a hands down must buy!

 Yes/No Questions

Have the child answer the questions did Snake eat the sea horse, yes or no?

Question Formulation

1) What did Snakey eat?

2) Snakey did you eat the ______

3) Snakey why did you eat the _____?

4) Snakey where did you eat the ______?

5) Snakey when did you eat the ____?

6) Snakey how did you eat the _______?

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Inferencing skills

With this task the child has to evaluate the size and shape of the item in Snakey’s stomach and then compare it the the items in the skunk’s thought bubble. This will offer a variety of opportunities to work on both inferences as well as describing skills. What also is nice about the app is that you are able to pause it before your 3 selections pop up. I am not sure if this is intentional or is a bug in the game but its quite helpful.

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Categories 

Snakey eats many different objects throughout the game, all of which fall into the categories of: animals (jungle, zoo, ocean etc..), vehicles, instruments, food, clothes, and tools. So you can see the wonderful opportunity you have to work on sorting and identifying categories!!

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What did Snakey eat? The Card Game

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I created a simple card game to be used while playing with the app. The cards can be used to make predictions on what Snakey will eat next, to make matches to what Snakey did eat, or to play a game of memory after you finish playing with the app. The cards are pretty open ended so you can work them into whatever you wish. There is also a Bingo board attached just use the cards and place them on the board. Have fun and be creative!  The cards are in a .pdf file you just need to print with your printer’s “print on both sides” option.

 Download the game here –> Snakey Card Game

Hopefully most of you found my Halloween Edition of Appdapted very useful. I really wanted to do a thanksgiving one but honestly there were only a few apps out for Turkey Day and most involved hunting turkey, not a good therapy activity. We have now moved into the Holiday Season so take a look at some great apps to use in therapy. A good majority focus around Christmas. I tried my best to find some relevant Hanukkah or Kwanza ones with very little success.

I have lots to share so keep an eye on this post as I will be updating it regularly. For now start off with these awesome apps that will keep your kids motivated!

Updated 11/27/12

Snow Doodle– $.99  Buy it Now!

Snow Doodle is the latest addition to the Doodle family by Shoe the Goose. This app has tons of potential and was released just in time for the winter season.  You have the ability to not only build “snow people” ( Have to be politically correct here, not all snow beings are men after all) but also build things using your imagination and tools like a pail, castle block, coffee cup, or a tube. Just tap the tool and out pops the snow. You can also use the free form tool and manipulate the snow ball into any design you want. This app has tons of potential and with the ability to import anything from your photo roll you can Appdapt it into any speech or language activity.

Built using the Pail tool

Turn your designs into a puzzle

Why is the Snowman scared??

Toca Hair Salon: Christmas Gift Free Highly Recommended

This is an obvious gem when looking for a Christmas app to target therapy goals. You have the option to cut Santa’s hair! I mean who wouldn’t want to have fun doing that. There is also a Christmas tree option where you can trim and decorate the tree. Target all the goals you would with Toca Hair Salon but throw in some fun Christmas Vocabulary!

Gift-Wrap-AppFree My Favorite!! Download now!

I searched and searched for an App like this hoping it existed and it does it does!! This app has such a simple premise you will be taking every therapy goal and targeting it with this app. You take a picture , pick the gift wrap, and unwrap them! Target articulation, language, or pretty much anything. I would download pictures of popular toys this year and wrap them up. Have your clients describe what the toys do or how you would play with them. In the example below I used an action picture “drinking”.

Santa’s Magice Phone-DeluxeFree and Fun

PERSONALIZE certain calls by recording your voice, and we will disguise your voice as Milo, Santa’s Elf! Santa will then ask Milo a question during the call, and Milo will bring details into the phone call that your child would never have imagined! “Wow Mommy! How did Santa know I was polite with little Johnny?” Receive the call at your choosing for the ultimate reaction. You can select from numerous Naughty or Nice prerecorded messages, such as Good Job Being Polite, Eating Well, Sharing, You’re Off the Naughty List!, Not Listening, and many more!

Christmas House DecorationFree iOS

In this app its all in the name. You decorate the exterior of a house for Christmas. This will work great as a motivator, following directions,  or for tasks requiring knowledge of spatial concepts. Decorations include snowmen, trees, Santa, lights, etc..  Endless possibilities for a creative child or therapist!

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Chanukah DreidelFree 

This is one of the few apps that I found that incorporates Chanukah . It’s  a virtual dreidel so not so exciting but could be a proper motivator for those clients of yours that celebrate Chanukah.

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Peekaboo Presents-  $1.99  iOS and Android

Here is a another solid app by Night & Day studios, developers in the ever popular Peekaboo series. I featured there Peekaboo Trick-or-Treat app in my Halloween Post. To play the app you tap on the present that is under the christmas tree  shaking and making noise. The child must make a guess on what is inside the present based on the noise it is making. Lot’s of fun presents to open and noises to guess! Have fun with this one.

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Toys “R” Us Toy FinderFree

I have been using this app to help create my client’s wish list for their holiday presents. You are able to make a profile for a child and then save their list of toys. This app would work well in a group setting to foster some good conversation about what the children have selected and why they made those selections. Also offers a good opportunity to explain what a toy does and what it looks like. Ever have that child that suffers from word retrieval difficulties and is trying to explain a toy that they play with daily but they don’t know the name? Well have them search by  the  toy categories, etc.. to help them narrow it down.

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Remember to keep a an eye on this post as there will be new apps being added throughout the next month! Have fun !!

Speech-EZ Apps Giveaway!

Welcome to the the Speech-EZ Family of Apps giveaway! I’ll be giving away several copies of the following apps on 11/29/12!! Enter through Raffle Copter via the link at the bottom of the Page🙂

Auditory Rhyming

Auditory Rhyming $29.99

Phonological awareness provides a beginning reader with an important tool for understanding relations between written and spoken language. A deficit in phonological awareness is accepted as a consistent feature of reading disabilities. Poor phonological awareness is linked to poor reading skills independent of IQ.

Children with deficits in one or more areas of phonological processing abilities may have more difficulty learning to read than those who do not. Phonological awareness describes an individual’s awareness of, and access to, the phonological structure of oral language.

The Auditory Rhyming app directly enhances and elevates phonological awareness skills in order for a young child to become a proficient reader and speller.

There are three different rhyme presentation options:

Inclusion:

The child will see and hear three picture cards: two that rhyme and one that does not. The child will identify, by tapping on, the two pictures that rhyme. After the child hears each word, he or she will be prompted to tap on the pictures that rhyme. For example, the child will hear: “big, beach, pig. Which two words rhyme?”

Exclusion:

The child will see and hear three picture cards: two that rhyme and one that does not. The child will identify, by tapping on, the picture that does not belong. After the child hears each word, he or she will be prompted to tap on the picture that does not rhyme with the other two words. For example, the child will hear: “cat, fan, bat. Which one does not rhyme?”

Random:

The random presentation is a mixed of the inclusion and exclusion presentation. This will place more auditory attention demands on the child, as they must listen for the specific directive.

Target Sound Identification

Target Sound Identification  $29.99

Target Sound Identification helps to enhance and elevate phonological awareness skills in order for a young child to become a proficient reader and speller. The Target Sound Identification app includes over 350 colorful and engaging picture cards.

The child is presented with a picture card and a field of three sound (phonogram) cards. The child must identify (by tapping on) a sound in the specific requested position of the word. For example, “Point to the first sound you hear in the word: ship”. In this example the correct response is: sh. “Point to the last sound you hear in the word: dog”. In this example the correct response is: g.

You have the ability to choose if you would like to work on initial (first) sound identification, final (last) sound identification, or initial and final randomized.

  • First Sound
  • Last Sound
  • Random

The randomized presentation will put more auditory attention demands on the child because they have to really attend to whether the target is asking for the first sound or last sound. Selecting “First Sound” will always ask to identify the first sound. Selecting “Last Sound” will always ask for the last sound.

This app is not intended to be self-guided by the child. The parent, teacher or specialist is to provide support and feedback to the child as needed.

Auditory Figure Ground

Auditory Figure Ground $29.99

Do you need an app that will help you determine if your child or client is experiencing a breakdown in their auditory processing of speech when there is background noise or help you  improve auditory processing skills in the presence of background noise?  Auditory Figure Ground-$29.99, by The Speech-EZ Apraxia Program, will help you accomplish this!

This app uses beautiful photographs that are presented to the listener in a field of four. It’s recommended that a good set headphones be used to accurately simulate the speech in the presence of background noise (Over the ear headphones and not ear-buds). You start off by selecting the type of background noise and the signal to noise ratio you want, while the words are presented.

Background Noise

You have the option of: childrens indoor playground, elementary school children in lobby, noisy crowd walking and talking, small cafe ambience, white noise, and quiet (no background noise).

Signal to Noise ratio

You have the option of: SNR 12 dB (Easiest), SNR 8 dB, SNR 4 dB, SNR 0 DB, and SNR -4 dB (Hardest)

Sound Matching

Sound Matching $29.99

The child must identify which word out of a field of two either begins or ends with the same sound as the target card. The child is presented with a target picture card and two other picture cards to sound match. For example, the child is presented with target picture card cub. “Which picture starts with the same sound as cub? leaf or coat.” The child must then tap on the picture of the coat. The following is an example of an ending sound match: “tub, fan, web. Which picture ends with the same sound as tub?”

You have the ability to choose if you would like to work on initial (first) sound matching, or final (last) sound matching, or initial and final in a randomized presentation.

  • Starting Sound
  • Ending Sound
  • Random

The randomized presentation will put more auditory attention demands on the child because they have to really attend to whether the target is asking for the starting sound or ending sound. Selecting “Starting Sound” will always ask to identify the matching first sound. Selecting “Ending Sound” will always ask for the matching last sound.

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#ASHA12 Crash course: iPad and Apps

Click on the image to download the handout

This handout is used during my NSSLHA Day Crash Course on iPad and Apps. Many of the apps I discuss are low cost or free and are used to be Appdapted for speech-language therapy.  Clock or tap on the icon in the handout to download the apps!

Auditory Figure Ground

Do you need an app that will help you determine if your child or client is experiencing a breakdown in their auditory processing of speech when there is background noise or help you  improve auditory processing skills in the presence of background noise?  Auditory Figure Ground-$29.99, by The Speech-EZ Apraxia Program, will help you accomplish this!

This app uses beautiful photographs that are presented to the listener in a field of four. It’s recommended that a good set headphones be used to accurately simulate the speech in the presence of background noise (Over the ear headphones and not ear-buds). You start off by selecting the type of background noise and the signal to noise ratio you want, while the words are presented.

Background Noise

You have the option of: childrens indoor playground, elementary school children in lobby, noisy crowd walking and talking, small cafe ambience, white noise, and quiet (no background noise).

Signal to Noise ratio

You have the option of: SNR 12 dB (Easiest), SNR 8 dB, SNR 4 dB, SNR 0 DB, and SNR -4 dB (Hardest)

The narrator will say the target word and the child has to tap on the one that they hear. This activities builds auditory processing and auditory attention skills when there is noise in the background. This skill is important in situations such as a noisy classroom.

Each picture also has the written word on the back of it. Simply hit the little arrow icon that indicates turning the card over. You are able to turn all the cards over if you wanted and hit the narration button as many times as you want. You also have the option to mute the background noise as well.



To win a copy of Auditory Figure Ground I am using a Rafflecopter giveaway.

I haven’t used Rafflecopter before so please let me know if you encounter any difficulty.  There are a few ways to earn points for the giveaway and they   are pretty simple- Click on the above RaffleCopter Link to enter- you will then be asked to:

1) Make  a comment on the blog

2) Follow @SpeechEzApraxia on Twitter

3)  Like The Speech-EZ Apraxia Program on Facebook

Good Luck!

 

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