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[Music] >>Who is that for?
>>Janelle. >>It's for Janelle. What do you tell her to
do? >>Drink it.
>>Drink it? It’s too hot. >>Who is it?
>>Pig. >>What if I’m thirsty?
>>Oh, I forgot you. >>You forgot me.
>>We are very blessed. We feel very fortunate to have Sac State’s help.
>>Sit by her chair so neatly spun and she munched the blossoms one by one. What is she
doing? >>Eating flowers.
>>She’s eating the flowers. >>I have learned a great deal, I’ve learned
about language and speech and the hierarchy and the interaction and the play that creates
talk and dialogue. So it’s been instrumental for both of us. And she is improving.
>>Ohhhh. Who is that one for? >>Bear.
>>Bear. Okay. [Music]
>>My name is Peter Schultz. >>Is there anything else you want to tell
>>All right. Sounds good. Put these where they belong. People, action, things and places.
>>It’s wonderful to be a part of a program that serves the community and at the same
time serves the students and at the same time watching the students actually experience
at community. We work a very wide range. Our curriculum is quite in depth. You have to
think of it more than just speech, its anything related to the speech mechanism which includes
the voice and the articulation. >>You’ve got small children who are having
trouble communicating with parents or with peers, you’ve got kids who are struggling
in school, helping them get through school, helping them relieve some of the stress and
their parents and we have older clients who have experience maybe a stroke or something
that has really impacted their lives. To be able to help them get back out and do the
things they want to do with their lives, you know that’s what we are here to do.
[music] >>These people here are happy and fun and
so exciting and that’s really good to me. >>We have world class professors, they are
specialized and we get all that information that they have and they are out there.
>>To have the knowledge is the most rewarding thing. To know when I walk out of there I
can help people, I can made a difference, I can make a change to me that’s rewarding
enough. >>Most kids are non-verbal few Angeles are
ever able to speak. And at most its 15 or 20 words so the fact that we can get him to
use PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System), he can actually speak with PECS. I just want
to say thanks for helping my kids especially my daughter, Alyssa, it’s been really helpful
with the speech therapy. >>From, I’m gonna cry, but I would say from
the therapists to the administration, to the kids that we see on campus that see our kids
and get to interact with our kids