Thursday, August 14, 2014

Back to School Raffles: Successful R Therapy by Pam Marshalla



In my last post, I blogged about Pam Marshalla's book: Successful R Therapy that was the inspiration for my speech tackle box game plan.  Since that post, I have been busy putting Pam's advice to work with two of my private clients and the immediate progress has been beyond remarkable!  I mapped out my game plans using Pam's strategies and started two clients on the path to success.  I also put together a couple clinical tackle boxes and just love having everything at my fingertips!    After sharing all my excitement on social media, I was contacted by Pam Marshalla, who graciously offered to donate not one, but THREE of her books to raffle for THREE of my lucky followers!!!  I can't think of a better way to start off the school year, than with your own copy of Successful R Therapy!  You can enter for your chance to win in the Rafflecopter below and I will pick THREE winners at the end of next week!



Disclaimer:  The three copies of Successful R Therapy were donated for raffle purposes.  No other compensation was provided for my reviews and feedback about this manual.  Any thoughts expressed in my blog posts were solely and unbiasedly mine.

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18 comments:

  1. I have used a lot of Pam Marshalls resources to remediate /r/ from grad school. I also use speech buddies instrument. It has made a great difference when the student can feel where his tongue should be placed.

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  2. I use entire world of R! I would love love love to check out this book!! Fingers crossed!!

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  3. I use Step up to R and the Entire World of R. I would love this book b/c I think Pamela is the best! I love her ideas and tips!!!

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  4. Would love this.

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    1. I use Entire World of R.

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  5. I would love to have this to expand my limited resources. I use 5 minute articulation and the Weber book with my students.

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  6. I really don't have one go to method for /r/. I have used entire world if r. Would love to expand my knowledge on on /r/.

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  7. I have heard that this was a great resource for /r/.

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  8. I've got the Entire World of R materials but would love something else to keep in my toolbox!

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  9. Last year I started using 5 minute artic. Really liked it. It is very nice of the author to donate books.

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  10. For /r/ I stand-by TUB! Tongue Tight, Up and Back with lips smiley! My students remember it and it helps!

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  11. I use the entire world of R and speech buddy tool. I would love to try some new tips and share with the other slps at our clinic!! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  12. I use Entire World of R. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. Step up to /r/ has been great but there's always a couple of middle schoolers that are just not getting it! I have this on my list to check out. Thanks!

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  14. I really want this book! I have been thinking about it almost daily for the past several weeks! Thanks for the chance!

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  15. I found an article years ago on eliciting /r/, but can never remember the author to share with others!

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  16. I used Entire World of R but really really really want this book! :)

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  17. I've dabbled in the Entire World of R, but I would love some additional resources!

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