Easy Speak Podcast
  • Dr. Charles Reid Taylor
5 episodes
A podcast devoted to children's speech and language needs.

Episodes

005 Easy Speak Podcast – “Developmental Milestones” — An Interview with Dr. Patricia Yacobacci
2010 Aug 31
Click play above or right-click here to download mp3 Easy Speak Podcast Episode 005 In this episode, the Easy Speak Podcast was recorded on-location at New Jersey City University’s Children’s Learning Center which is headed by Dr. Kerry Giordano. Dr. Taylor had an opportunity to interview Dr. Patricia Yacobacci, a speech-language pathologist and a professor […]
004 Easy Speak Podcast – What Are The Symptoms Of An Expressive Language Problem In Children?
2010 May 05
Click play above or right-click here to download mp3 Easy Speak Podcast Episode 004 In this episode, Dr. Taylor shares two comments that were sent in by Easy Speak Podcast listeners, then he continues his talk about some of the symptoms associated with language impairments in school age children. Specifically, he provides information about the […]
003 Easy Speak Podcast – What Are The Symptoms of a Receptive Language Problem?
2010 Feb 21
Click play above or right-click here to download mp3 Easy Speak Podcast Episode 003 In this episode, Dr. Taylor first shares a comment and question sent in by an Easy Speak Podcast listener and explains how the listener’s question has inspired him to plan an episode to be recorded on location at New Jersey City […]
Easy Speak Podcast: Episode 002 “What Speech Disorders Might A Teacher See In Her Classroom?”
2010 Feb 01
Click play above or right-click here to download mp3 Easy Speak Podcast Episode 002 In this episode, Dr. Taylor devotes most of the program to responding to a question that was sent in by a teacher who heard Easy Speak Podcast: Episode 001. The teacher has a background in special education and wanted to find […]
001 Easy Speak Podcast – An Introduction
2009 Oct 06
Click play above or right-click here to download mp3 Easy Speak Podcast Episode 001 In this episode, listeners get an introduction to a podcast devoted to the speech-language needs of children.