Aphasia Speech Therapy: The Importance of Rapport and Trust. Listen and watch as Mark discusses the role of rapport in the selection of a treating speech language pathologist for your loved one. This video has application to both the family member who wants to make sure the person selected to provide speech therapy is a human being first and takes the time to get to know you and loved ones.
Speech Pathologists should take notice that it is not always about the testing results when performing an evaluation. It is also about establishing trust and belief. Like dating anyone new, it is wise to get to know each other, and take the time to observe and establish a relationship. Please come visit us at http://www.teachingoftalking.com
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