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Tools for speech therapy

Speech therapy tools

Struggling with speaking, swallowing disorders and other issues of a similar nature? PJ Therapeutic is the shop for you! The online store was created for specialists, parents, children and adults. You will get here quality, modern solutions aimed at accelerating success of your treatment.

The speech therapy, oral motor tools, dysphagia products and other solutions were designed to suit your specific needs. To meet the requirements of a wide group of customers, the offer is very diverse. Find different Z-Vibe tips, chewing grabbers, special valves, cups and various accessories. Pick the most appropriate colour, suitable size, required shape as well as optimum hardness.

What is more, shipping in 24 hours and short delivery time give you extra comfort of shopping online. At the same time the solutions from leading, well-known brands are available at low prices. Purchase state-of-the-art speech therapy tools, oral motor solutions or dysphagia products at minimum cost!

Search for the tips for Z-Vibe oral motor exercises, find dysphagia products for you and/or your child or patient. Browse the full offer of speech therapy tools. Trust the experience and reliability of one of the best brands!


No matter the degree of tongue -tie severity, the Liper Device comes in handy. In many cases, proper tongue exercises with the Liper Device can be used pre and post operatively when there is a need for frenotomy (a.k.a. frenulotomy or frenulectomy). Postoperative Active Wound Management (AWM) with the LiperTM device has been shown to improve post- surgical outcome; therefore helping ensure normal tongue flexibility and functioning while preventing frenulum reattachment and/or scarring.

The Liper Device can also be used with toddlers and young children who are receiving pre and post op frenectomy therapy. The speech-language pathologist and /or registered dental hygienist trained in pediatric feeding and/or myofunctional therapy (COM™) can use this tool as a part of their AWM program. For example, the “V-Stretch” which is described and demonstrated in TALK TOOLS TOTs course using the Liper Device. 


Ankyloglossia or tongue- tie, happens when the tongue is tethered to the floor of the mouth by an unusually short or thick lingual frenulum. This is one aspect of Tethered Oral Tissue(s) (TOTs). Frenula restriction may also be found in the maxillary and mandibular labial frena and/or the maxillary or mandibular buccal frena. In many cases of ankyloglossia, frenotomy is performed to surgically incise or remove the abnormal membrane. This can be done by a dentist, oral surgeon or otolaryngologist via laser or scalpel procedure.

Breastfeeding and beyond

Breastfeeding is clearly on the rise as recommended by the World Health Organization. Tongue-tie restricts the tongue from extending and elevating, impairing the baby’s ability to remove milk from the breast. Oftentimes, women who breastfeed tongue tied babies experience excessive pain and sores on the breast. They may be led to change to bottle feeding, and at TalkTools one of our goals in TOTs education is to support the breastfeeding dyad between the mother and child, with interventional support with an IBCLC.

Functional diagnosis of ankyloglossia is sometimes very difficult to perform. That said, in many studies, impaired breastfeeding has been shown as associated with psychological, social and numerous physical implications. Missing the diagnosis of tongue-tie can be associated with: articulation difficulties, Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), SIDS, airway dysfunction, food allergies, dental & facial developmental anomalies, palate abnormalities and myofunctional disorders.   The Liper Device can assist with assessment, therefore identifying the tongue- tie, and help the breastfeeding dyad move towards the proper medical referral.

To learn more about Tethered Oral Tissue be sure to check out our New Course and New Book Functional Assessment and Remediation of TOTS by Robyn Merkel-Walsh, MA, CCC-SLP and Lori Overland, MS, CCC-SLP, C/NDT, CLC!

vibrating tools and tips

Speech issues do not have to accompany the child or adult for the rest of their life. With the right use of offered vibrating tools and tips you can help patients practice correct biting and chewing, as well as teach them the right pronunciation of the “R” sound. That can be achieved by using one of many available textures and shapes of grabbers, massagers and other accessories.

oral motor special

The key to achieving the best results while helping a patient with a speech impediment, is matching the right solution to a specific oral motor issue. That is why in our offer we included not only diagnostic and tracheostomy products, but also sensory and visual ones. You can find complete programs, special kits and manuals as well.


Issues with the correct swallowing are not so marginal anymore. More and more patients are struggling with dysphagia and require dedicated tools and accessories. In our store you can find spoons and cups in various sizes or colours. We encourage you to check complete sets, such as special kits for children or adults.

hygiene and disinfection

Gloves, toothettes, mediwipes, toothbrushes, sanitizers and more - we prepared not only solutions for patients, but also for doctors and speech therapists. Thanks to that they can properly educate patients about hygiene, providing necessary tools. Moreover, we offer disinfection solutions dedicated to all tips and other accessories used during each session.

fine motor

Not only children with disorders require help with learning how to write properly - our tools and accessories can be used by every patient requiring an assistance with fine motor skills. We provide not only regular writing claws, but also dedicated vibrating pens suitable for autistic children or those suffering from a muscular dystrophy.