It’s important that parents and children alike learn as much as they can about oral motor and speech therapy, so that together, they can experience the development and personal growth that comes with our products and resources. At TalkTools®, we don’t just offer effective products, we offer unlimited access to that community of people, eager to share great milestones and accomplishments and able to understand your needs and experiences.
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Our resources are the best in the industry, and our products cater to every age and learning style, enabling effective treatment that parents can encourage outside of traditional speech therapy. The vast selection of tools and programs offered by TalkTools® ensures that every issue of oral and motor deficit, such as Down’s Syndrome, apraxia or autism, is addressed.
For infants and toddlers, there are several tools and instruments available to address issues of speech and feeding problems that can be caused by a number of deficiencies. Our most popular product, the TalkTools®Straw Kit, exercises the tongue to increase movement and reaction. All of our tools are carefully designed to be fun, and rewarding while learning how to activate and control oral motor centers.
To cater to preschool and school age children, TalkTools® provides toys and games that are engaging and entertaining, while still providing a therapeutic service. Horns, bubbles, and tubes all create interest and promote fun, while teaching important movements like lip closure, lip rounding, and tongue retraction.
From books and DVDs to toys, games, exercises, and of course—tools, TalkTools® provides the necessary resources so that children of all ages have the opportunity to discover the feeling of feeding and speech with comfort and confidence. Every one of our products comes with specific instructions for use so that you can be assured that you and your child are using TalkTools® products safely and correctly.
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Whether you are looking for a TalkTools® Therapist or other parents with the same needs as you and your child, you can find them at TalkTools.com. TalkTools® is very active in the speech and oral motor therapy community and can help you find a therapist or a parent group in your area that fits your needs and goals. Contact us and find out how we can help!
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Are you looking for a TalkTools® Therapist that can help your child? Look no further; we have exactly what you need. TalkTools® has a network of excellent therapists across the globe that can help your child get the tools and training he/she needs to excel in his/her therapy and discover the feeling of feeding and speech. Click here to find a TalkTools® Therapist in your area that is right for you.
Terry Rosenfeld is Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson’s brother. He represents TalkTools® at state and national conventions, promoting TalkTools® products and Sara’s therapeutic programs. In addition, Terry also coordinates TalkTools® Parent Outreach programs. Terry lives in Bucks County, north of Philadelphia, PA, and is available to speak at parent support group meetings about oral placement therapy to improve feeding and speech clarity. His program is free of charge, but transportation and overnight accommodations, if appropriate, are the responsibility of the parent group. Programs may be up to two hours and will be designed to meet the specific needs of the participants. Terry has a special interest in the Down syndrome population. Contact him by email or phone to answer any questions, plan parents’ support practices and share concerns.
Terry has a B.A. in psychology from Duke University, an M.A. in clinical psychology from Temple University and post-graduate credits in school psychology from The College of New Jersey. He has practiced as a clinical psychologist for 40 years and served as Director of Pupil Services and Special Education in a public school system for 23 years.
Terry M. Rosenfeld