Teach your child to speak with clarity

in just 10 minutes a day!


Online courses & materials

to teach speech & language skills.

A great resource for parents, SLPs and teachers.
mom helping child with speech

Teach your child to speak with clarity

in just 10 minutes a day!


Online courses & materials

to teach speech & language skills.

A great resource for parents, SLPs and teachers.
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Quickstart mini course

Learn the basics of teaching your child how to produce speech sounds in just 10 minutes!

Video Tutorials

Learn by watching!  We’ll show you how each sound is made, how to teach it to your child, and how to practice.

Multimedia Lessons

In addition to videos, lessons are given in text and mp3 format, so you can learn in the way that is easiest for your lifestyle.  If you need a quick review, skim the text or listen to the audio on your phone.

Practice Materials

For each practice level (isolation, syllables, words, phrases, sentences, reading & conversation), there are practice videos, PDF files, and stories to make learning easy and entertaining!

Watch and Listen 

To Learn

Speed up your child’s speech therapy by learning techniques to help them at home.  Our online courses are easy and comprehensive.

Free Speech Courses

See what our courses are like by downloading the free P & B courses HERE.

(Does not include the foundational ‘Teach Your Child Speech Sounds Course.)


P and B Courses for Free

Save Time

Maximize your child’s speech practice for FASTER RESULTS.  Enjoy the convenience of learning from home.


Save Money

SPEND LESS on therapy by reducing the number of sessions your child would need with a private therapist.


Increase Self-Esteem

Give your child CONFIDENCE and improve their social and academic success.


Carol Edgel, M.Ed., CCC-SLP

Taught By:

Carol Edgel, M.Ed., CCC-SLP


  • UT Professional License – Speech-Language Pathologist

  • Certified member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
  • 9+ years in the public schools and  private practice
  • Co-taught Disorders of Articulation – USU

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I teach my child myself without the help of an SLP?

We definitely recommend consulting with an SLP to get an evaluation and possibly professional therapy, especially if your child is highly unintelligible or does not seem to be making progress.  However, Clarity Speech and Language’s online courses can help you improve your child’s speech skills more rapidly and achieve better results. 

Do I need special tools to do speech therapy?
No.  Although there are plenty of fancy devices out there that claim to help, I’ve found that simple items work well.  See a list of my favorite speech tools HERE.  As far as teaching and practicing the sounds, everything is provided within the course.
How long will my child need speech therapy?
There are many factors that will determine how long your child may need speech therapy.  It depends on the age of your child, how severe the errors are, how motivated the child is to learn, and how often he/she practices.
How old does my child have to be to start working on speech therapy?
Teaching speech skills starts as soon as your child is born!  Model speech sounds early on.  Talk to your child as much as possible and reward any attempts at communication.  When your child is old enough to sit still, listen to you, and watch your instructions, then you can begin teaching in a more structured way. The younger the child, the shorter your speech sessions will be.  Our courses will teach you what sounds are most developmentally appropriate for your child to work on.
Do you offer private speech and language therapy?

Yes, we are currently offering in-office or online speech and language therapy to Utah residents.   Individual therapy with a licensed speech-language pathologist can help your child stay on track with speech sound production. Check out our therapy page HERE.

“These courses are chock-full of valuable information and techniques for helping children improve not only their pronunciation, but also their conversation, and even self-confidence!”

Cee B.

“My son especially liked the design of the website and the flash cards, which made it more ‘fun’ compared to the other methods we have tried. We also appreciated that the content was appropriate for any age- from young children up to teenagers.

Christy B.

“The courses are detailed and taught in a “down-to earth” way that is easy to apply to everyday life. I was able to visualize how to demonstrate the techniques to my son just by reading through the instructions.”

Melissa M.

Group therapy

Therapy takes time!

When young children do not receive help for their speech errors, they may form bad habits that will be much harder to fix later. The errors will also likely take longer to fix later. It is better to work on speech disorders early so that the issues can be resolved before the social and academic demands of school increase.

If your child does qualify for school-provided therapy, you may be surprised to learn that school SLPs often have 70-90 kids on their caseloads and therapy may be given in groups of two or three kids for fifteen minutes twice a week. This is not an ideal situation for making quick and long-lasting progress. Children must practice their speech sounds every day to be successful at ‘fixing’ their sounds. That’s where you come in! Parents can speed up the process and help their kids succeed by practicing with them at home — the right way. Remember, perfect practice makes perfect!

See: ‘Speech Problems’

See: ‘School-Based Speech-Language Pathology Must Change’

mom helping child with speech

Therapy is expensive!

Do you have a preschooler who is struggling with speech? Often early intervention programs will only pick up the most severely unintelligible kids, leaving parents to work with their kids themselves or hire a private speech-language pathologist. Speech and language therapy costs can range from $50 -$200 per hour, depending on the location and the experience of the therapist.  That can be cost-prohibitive for some families who would really like to get their child some extra help. For those families who do hire a private therapist, maximizing therapy by learning how to practice with their children at home can reduce the number of sessions and the overall expense of therapy.



See: ‘Cost of Speech Therapy’

See: ‘What is “Early Intervention”?’

Start helping your child today!

Just 10 minutes a day can make a difference in your child’s speech and language.