International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF), voice disorders, functional goals and patient scenarios

International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF), voice disorders, functional goals and patient scenarios

Laryngeal disorders- visuals for contact ulcers, polyps, cancer, unilateral vocal fold paralysis, and nodules.     Save

Overview of Laryngeal Disorders - Ear Nose and Throat Disorders - Merck Manual Professional Edition

Easy onsets for Voice Therapy

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.

Brooklyn Speech therapy center treats vocal nodules - Bedford ...

The most common voice disorder we encounter among our clients are vocal nodules. The vibration of the vocal cords produces voice. The larynx (voice box) contains the vocal cords which vibrate as air.

Voice trainers at Vocal Process have created this ‘Build your own tilting larynx’ template. Such a brilliant idea for teaching the understanding of how the vocal cords wor…

Build your own larynx

*****Voice in a Jiff PEDIATRIC EDITION*****Voice Therapy for Kids HandbookDo you find yourself worried about making voice therapy fun, interesting, or effective? Has it been a few years since your grad school voice class? Look no further than this product.

Voice Therapy For Kids: Voice in a Jiff Pediatric

Do you find yourself worried about making voice therapy fun, interesting, or effective? Has it been a few years since your grad school voice class?

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

Finally! Easy-to-Use Voice Therapy Materials for Adult Settings! It's not scary with this booklet!

Voice in a Jiff-Hospital, Clinic or SNF: Voice Rehabilitation for Adult Clients

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.

Voice Therapy Cup Bubbles

Cup Bubbles for Kids Voice Therapy uses Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Exercises to…

UPDATED: 7/20/2014 Now includes kid friendly language on an expanded cartoon, new click-able links for references, updated pages, voice journal, and more. Targets: Voice Therapy Techniques, specific to vocal nodules (Yawn-Sigh, Resonant Voice Therapy).

The Voice Monsters {Voice Therapy Techniques}

UPDATED: 7/20/2014 Now includes kid friendly language on an expanded cartoon, new click-able links for references, updated pages, voice journal, and more. Targets: Voice Therapy Techniques, specific to vocal nodules (Yawn-Sigh, Resonant Voice Therapy).

Finally some cute activities for voice kids on my school caseload! Voice Therapy Lemon Muffins uses Forward Focused Resonant Voice to help kids with polyps, nodules, and vocal overuse!

Voice Therapy Lemon Muffins

Finally some cute activities for voice kids on my school caseload! Voice Therapy Lemon Muffins uses Forward Focused Resonant Voice to help kids with polyps, nodules, and vocal overuse!

good visual for patients to explain the movement of the vocal folds

Vocal folds are closed when we swallow. Air causes vocal folds to vibrate between open and closed positions when we talk. Vocal folds are open when we breathe quietly.

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