Susan Koen
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Vocal cord illustrations by Frank Netter,  Clinical Symposia, 1964 - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Vocal cord illustrations by Frank Netter, Clinical Symposia, 1964 - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Hard attack The phrase ‘Annie ate an apple’ is often used by voice therapists to test for what is known as hard attack. This is when the vocal folds are brought together with too much force. It is …

Hard attack The phrase ‘Annie ate an apple’ is often used by voice therapists to test for what is known as hard attack. This is when the vocal folds are brought together with too much force. It is …

Cup Bubbles for Kids Voice Therapy uses Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Exercises to help train voice use without the use of "pressing" the vocal folds. It is intended to help children on your caseload with nodules, polyps and vocal overuse patterns improve speech and voicing.

Cup Bubbles for Kids Voice Therapy uses Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Exercises to help train voice use without the use of "pressing" the vocal folds. It is intended to help children on your caseload with nodules, polyps and vocal overuse patterns improve speech and voicing.

Pediatric voice therapy activity- "Mail me a ___". Cut out cards with /m/ initial words to practice with this resonant voice technique activity.

Pediatric voice therapy activity- "Mail me a ___". Cut out cards with /m/ initial words to practice with this resonant voice technique activity.

I like this chart because it can show kids the different voice levels that they may need to use in different situations. I like how the pictures demonstrate how loud the children can be. A great idea for the elementary ed teachers!

I like this chart because it can show kids the different voice levels that they may need to use in different situations. I like how the pictures demonstrate how loud the children can be. A great idea for the elementary ed teachers!

Here is a great visual to teach students with autism how to match their voice volume to the situation. ~ Re-  pinned by Total Education Solutions.  Check out the rest of our School Resources and Therapy pins @ http://pinterest.com/totaleducation

Here is a great visual to teach students with autism how to match their voice volume to the situation. ~ Re- pinned by Total Education Solutions. Check out the rest of our School Resources and Therapy pins @ http://pinterest.com/totaleducation

noise level monitor....  i have a few kids that seem to only have a 4 or 5 level voice :)  we need to work on that!

noise level monitor.... i have a few kids that seem to only have a 4 or 5 level voice :) we need to work on that!