The teach me series are suite of web based learning programs that have been developed by Katrine Elliott, Speech Pathologist, from Optimal Communications on the Gold Coast. They have been built over a collection of 20 years of clinical experience in supporting clients with communication impairments.
The program was inspired from seeing there was a significant need to equip families with specific information to support their management and understanding of their children’s or family members communication challenges whether that be listening, speech or literacy.
The content provided in the information programs is never to be designed to be used in the absence of a health professional nor is it to replace professional advice. The information aims to support families to wade their way through a minefield of information to enable a better understanding of specific information pertaining to your child’s problems. It also aims to provide additional information for consideration that restricted time worth your health professional may have not achieved. Sometimes the professionals time available to give you us is restricted due to waiting lists, budgets, priority lists or even distance. This them may help you to know of other options, services and information that you may have missed out on.
This information is never designed to override the advise of a health professional who is undertaking a therapy plan after a comprehensive assessment has been conducted worth you or your child.
The suite of web based learning products are developed for the field of communication and to support people worth communication impairment. They are as follows.
How to fix listening
How to fix speech
How to fix reading
How to fix spelling
How to fix writing
How to fix language
How to fix voice
How to fix stuttering
Now … how to fix!!!! Wow! How optimistic! Certainly you would be chuckling under your breath asa health professional at this title if you are experienced in the treatment of communication impairments because as a Speech Pathologist we know for a fact that some communication conditions are NOT fixable as they have been caused by brain injury or are congenital whereby a person had been born with the severe impairment. However, it is well understood that many communication impairments are correctable with the right therapy being prescribed by the Speech Pathologist if the person attends and undertakes the therapy program as