Parents, Teachers, Clinicians
What are you using for speech-language products?
Help us gather this important information for our grant proposals by taking a quick 3-5 minute survey. For your contribution you'll receive FREE access to our beta release of Sing and Speak 4 Kids. Thank you!
Parents, Teachers, and Clinicians
Please help us gather important information for our grant proposals about what you are using in speech language products and services to help your children to overcome speech delay. For your contribution, you will have free access to our beta version of Sing and Speak 4 Kids. Thanks!
Online music-based program helping children overcome speech delay.
For a limited time we would like to invite teachers, therapists and parents to join our Early Bird Team and try our newest release. Provide us feedback to help us make the most effective improvements and get free access to the complete program when it is available.
SING AND SPEAK 4 KIDS
I have seen first-hand great benefits that my students and their families have experienced using Sing and Speak 4 Kids. This program encourages joint attention with a primary caregiver and supports best practices when utilizing screen-time with young children and those with ASD. With positive experiences using SS4Kids they are looking forward to participating in more songs in the future.
Early-Childhood Special Education Teacher
San Bernardino County Desert/Mt. Early-Start Program
The day after playing Sing and Speak 4 Kids for the first time, my son remembered the song story and target words. When I asked what Brown Bear wanted, he said “More”. I asked “More what?” and he said “Apples”. And I said, “How do they make him feel?” “Happy!”
Mom of 3-yr.-old boy
with slow language development and short attention span
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