Speech Language Pathology
Today’s post is a combination of speech-language pathology and equine activities. Let’s talk about safety awareness in the therapy world first. Through the speech pathologist lens, safety awareness comes down to how a person communicates in an unsafe situation. Does the individual know their address? A phone number? Can they communicate their name? Do they… Continue reading
Expressive language is how we share our thoughts, feelings, and ideas with others. This can be spoken, signed, or communicated with an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device. Expressive language is one of the nine domains that speech-language pathologists treat. An expressive language impairment can be developmental or acquired. The impairment can occur from birth,… Continue reading
Hello! I am a PATH, Intl CTRI (certified therapeutic riding instructor) and ESMHL (equine specialist in mental health and learning). I am also a graduate student clinician in speech-language pathology.
This is my little arena where I will share my experience in equine assisted activities and my burgeoning knowledge in speech-language pathology.
I’m so happy to have you here!