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  2. Marnee, this is really great. I own a private practice in Pocatello, ID. I was just surfing the net tonight and found your blog. I think this is a great alternative to having a website!!!

  3. Hi,

    My English is my 3rd language. I have been in North America for 10 years now. I am just wandering if you can help me with my pronunciation and how to make a great speech with the perfect speed and pulse in between words or sentence.

  4. I work in a local school district in which I serve students with articulation delays, lang. delays and more severe needs…..such as autism, cerebral palsy, and nonverbal children which have limited means of motor activity. How would TinyEye apply to the more severe children? Our district will only employee one speech pathologist with no exceptions due to budget. Please let me know. Thanks

    • Hi Shauna – TinyEYE offers a variety of tools that can help you manage your workload. For instance, some of our schools connect with us through our supervision/consultation room. We use the virtual room to meet face to face, leave and watch video clips, and share notes. SLPs love it because they can support staff and provide regular follow up without always having to drive to the location. Their time is more student focused (rather than road-focused).

      We also offer schools their own virtual backpack so that parents and staff can access the on-line therapy games that you put in the practice backpack. The games are specific to the child’s needs.

      Finally, some SLPs use the on-line therapy room to treat all the mild to moderate artic/language kids on their caseload. This is extremely productive time (no driving, games are already made, data tracking is available/session notes happen as you go). With all the extra time that you save, you have time to offer quality consultations to the more severe children.

      Let me know if you want a demo!

  5. Hello,
    I am a dad of 5 year old son. I think he is suffering from Expressive language disorder. Do you think Tiny Eye can help me with my son? I like the concept of Telepractice.

    Thank You,
    Niel

    • Hi Niel,

      Thanks for connecting with us. TinyEYE is available to help children with expressive language disorders. We have specialized therapists and engaging activities that support communication development. A key component to the success of the program is the quality of the internet connection. Go to http://www.tinyeye.com, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the link that says Test My Set Up. That will tell you if your system meets the requirements. If it does not, we can suggest how to improve it.

      I will email you to start the conversation.

      All the best to you,

      Marnee

  6. Hi Marnee,
    I am a speech pathologist using teletherapy and I would like to know how I can use interactive therapy materials with in my sessions and what do I need to get inorder to do this. Also I saw where you had the artic sheets on a screen so that the child is viewing the same material as you . How can I do this?

    Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
    Gail Del Grosso M.S.CCC-SLP

    • Hi Gail,

      Thank you for your comments. It is always wonderful to connect with a colleague who is helping people access support through teletherapy. TinyEYE’s materials are already integrated into the software. The SLPs select the activities from an abundance of choices in their online offices. When the SLPs are connected online to their students, they can see and hear each other while interacting with the same game on their screens. Our game cupboard evolves regularly based on student needs and feedback from our SLPs, You are welcome to touch base with me if you feel that this platform may be a good fit for your clients. We can continue the conversation 🙂 Likewise, I invite you to sign up for our Backpack program that will give you access to many of our games. http://www.tinyeye.com/TinyEYE-Virtual-Homework/Free-Online-Speech-Therapy-Homework-For-SLPs.php

      I plan to follow up with you via email to provide more detailed information for you. Talk soon, Marnee 🙂


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