Online speech therapy & speech workshops for parents and carers
Complement speech therapy with breakthrough online instruction and support.
ONLINE SPEECH THERAPY
Looking for speech services? Claire has over 30 years of experience as a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist. She is committed to providing research-based, engaging, interactive, and individually adapted therapy sessions and evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults. She can provide online therapy solutions for a spectrum of speech-language delays and disorders in both English and French.
LEARN WITH US
Unleash your child’s potential. Learn how to help your child strengthen their understanding of fundamental math concepts that build analytical thinking and logical reasoning skills. In “Make math count!“, Claire will explore early childhood math concepts with engaging and easily replicated activities you can do at home with your child. Designed for young children and for those with learning difficulties like dyscalculia.
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Help your child understand math, logic, and analytical thinking.
Our video-based course, “Make math count“ will teach you how best to help your child grasp mathematical concepts that lead to logical reasoning and analytical thinking. Especially designed for young children or learners with dyscalculia. Claire uses clear instruction and practical examples that can be implemented into everyday life.
Claire Coudière, M.S.
Speech Language Therapist
Claire is passionate about making speech therapy services accessible to everyone. She founded LogoVoxity to share her extensive knowledge and more than 30 years of experience as a licensed clinical speech therapist to those in need of services around the globe.
She believes in a practical approach to speech therapy and feels that family involvement and support play an integral part in reaching therapeutic goals. She has practiced in the United States, Canada, France, Belgium, and with families around the world. She works with many expat families who are unable to find speech therapy in their current locations.
She provides therapy for individuals of all ages who present with a wide range of speech delays and disorders. She has considerable experience working with multilingual and multicultural families.
“I strive to harness individual strengths for effective therapy.”
Whether or not to stop speaking a home language and focus on the academic language is never an easy decision and one that needs careful deliberation. We need to consider not only the linguistic effects dropping a language would have for a child but also the social, cultural and inter-relational aspects as well.
The first question to consider is if the inability to say the sound is bothersome for your child. If it doesn’t seem to be an issue for them and they are generally intelligible then it might cause more heartache trying to remedy something that the child doesn’t see as a problem. Additionally, if they don’t see the point of correcting the sound, they are unlikely to be motivated to make the necessary therapeutic investment in the practice and work it takes.
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