Mark Ittleman
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Mark Ittleman

Mark A. Ittleman, M.S. has been referred to as the "Speech pathologist who can make a rock talk!" He received that name from colleagues who noticed that he could often help children or adults learn to speak, or speak again. Ittleman has the uncanny ability to find a way to help others speak, often after they were discharged from therapy and told they had "plateaued."
Ittleman started practicing speech language pathology in Lakeland, Florida, and had a private practice there for 20 years. During the last twenty years he has worked in outpatient rehabilitation hospitals and home health delivering speech pathology services to children with developmental speech and language delays and adults with voice, swallowing and speech-language difficulties. He spent three years providing intensive 8 hour per day speech and language stimulation to 4 people with Broca's-like aphasia that further honed his clinical skills to help those who had lost the ability to speak.

Mark Ittleman, M.S., CCC/SLP has presented at numerous state speech and hearing meetings and the ASHA annual convention. His new book, entitled The Teaching of Talking, Learn to Do Expert Speech Therapy at Home with Children and Adults was written for the speech language pathologist and for the caregiver so that speech and language stimulation could be an "around the clock" endeavor for those who truly desire speaking improvement.

The Teaching of Talking is for caregivers and speech pathologists who would like to learn an interactive and conversational way to stimulate speech and language that is both fun and rewarding for all concerned. His book The Teaching of Talking, Learn to Do Expert Speech and Language Stimulation at Home with Children and Adults is available in both the soft cover print edition, as well as the Kindle, and also available in Audio-Book format from Amazon or Audible.com.

He is currently residing in Southern California conducting research with The Teaching of Talking Method with those who have aphasia and teaching graduate students in speech language pathology. He guest lectures, provides online mentoring for caregivers and those with aphasia and travels internationally consulting with Rehabilitation Hospitals, Colleges, Universities and private individuals & families. He can be reached by e mail: markittleman@teachingoftalking.com

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