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Treatment of Motor Speech Disorders Using Hippotherapy and PROMPT

Motor speech disorders, such as Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), can be difficult to treat and can be extremely frustrating for patients and their families.  Often, children and adults with motor speech disorders know what they want to say, but … Continue reading

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Why a Long Island Speech Therapist Incorporates Movement and Sensory Activities into Speech Therapy Sessions

Many complex processes contribute to a child’s ability to speak, including motor learning, motor planning, sensory processing and sensory integration.  The production of a single syllable requires the participation of 8-10 body parts and the coordinated action of 70 muscles. … Continue reading

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Meet the Hippotherapy Team: Part 2 – The Therapist

This is part 2 of a 5 part series about the hippotherapy team.  In Part 1 we learned that there are many people involved in making physical therapy, occupational therapy or speech therapy sessions incorporating equine movement (hippotherapy) possible, and … Continue reading

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Hippotherapy as a Speech Therapy Treatment Strategy

Speech and language development is not just about what occurs in the mouth.   Organization and integration of the sensory systems and core strength, trunk control and breath support are important parts of speech and language development.  The ability to register … Continue reading

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Equine Assisted Therapies and Activities: Terminology 101

Sometimes when reading information or when  speaking to professionals (both therapists and instructors) related to Equine Assisted Therapies and Activities, I am shocked to hear how often inaccurate terminology is used when talking about things like hippotherapy and adaptive riding!  … Continue reading

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About The Blog

Speech Language Pathology in Motion is a Speech Therapy private practice located in Islandia, NY which incorporates sensory based activities and gross motor activities including Equine Assisted Therapy, Hippotherapy and PROMPT Therapy into our speech therapy sessions to optimize results … Continue reading

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