Speech Therapy -> Receptive Language

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Therapists

Therapists who selected this major focus area as their top area of expertise.

  • Stacia Working

    Stacia Working

    Therapist CCC-SLP

    Hey there! I'm Stacia, an SLP at Sidekick. My husband and I moved from Indiana to Alcoa, TN in 20...

    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Eliza Joy Wiseman-Floyd

    Eliza Joy Wiseman-Floyd

    Therapist CF-SLP

    Hi, my name is Eliza Wiseman-Floyd and I am a speech language pathologist working with Sidekick T...

    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Haley Simpson

    Haley Simpson

    Therapist CCC-SLP

    Speech-Language Pathologist I am currently in my 2nd year at Sidekick! I spend most of my time in...

    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Hannah McAdams

    Hannah McAdams

    CF-SLP
    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Alicia Baptista

    Alicia Baptista

    Therapist CCC-SLP

    I am new to Sidekick this year, but I've been a school-based SLP since 2013. I love working with ...

    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Alyssa Sadler

    Alyssa Sadler

    Intern CF-SLP

    CF-SLP

    • Ambitious Idea Labs (Ambiki) Ambitious Idea Labs (Ambiki)
    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Ashley Tyler

    Ashley Tyler

    CCC-SLP
    • atyler@mysidekicktherapy.com atyler@mysidekicktherapy.com
    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Mallory Schmidt

    Mallory Schmidt

    Therapist CF-SLP
    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Kathleen Arwood

    Kathleen Arwood

    CCC-SLP
    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Rebecca Wellner

    Rebecca Wellner

    Therapist CCC-SLP
    • rwellner@gm.slc.edu rwellner@gm.slc.edu
  • Anne Marie Flood

    Anne Marie Flood

    Therapist CCC-SLP
    • annemarietheslp@playandthrivespeech.com annemarietheslp@playandthrivespeech.com
  • Brooke Cohan

    Brooke Cohan

    Therapist CF-SLP
    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Jordyn Wilson

    Jordyn Wilson

    Therapist CF-SLP
    • jordyn.wilson@mysidekicktherapy.com jordyn.wilson@mysidekicktherapy.com
    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Gabriella Romanoski

    Gabriella Romanoski

    Therapist CF-SLP

    CF-SLP at Sidekick

    • Ambitious Idea Labs (Ambiki) Ambitious Idea Labs (Ambiki)
    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Andie Kiser

    Andie Kiser

    CCC-SLP
    • akiser@mysidekicktherapy.com akiser@mysidekicktherapy.com
    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Shaylee Garrett

    Shaylee Garrett

    CF-SLP
    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Abigail O’Brien

    Abigail O’Brien

    Therapist CCC-SLP
    • Sidekick Therapy Partners Sidekick Therapy Partners
  • Melanie Mallory

    Melanie Mallory

    CCC-SLP
    • melanie.a.mallory@gmail.com melanie.a.mallory@gmail.com

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Related Disorder(s)

  • Childhood apraxia of speech - Childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) is a disorder that involves difficulty in making speech sounds voluntarily and stringing these sounds together in the correct order to make words. A person with childhood apraxia of speech is not intellectually impaired. Speech pathologists assess, diagnose and support people with CAS.
  • Speech sound disorders - Speech sound disorders is an umbrella term referring to any difficulty or combination of difficulties with perception, motor production, or phonological representation of speech sounds and speech segments—including phonotactic rules governing permissible speech sound sequences in a language.
  • Motor Speech Disorders - Dysarthria can be related to neurological damage, however it can be related to many other causes. Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder above all. A dysarthria diagnoses can come from a weakened Parkinson’s patient, a anatomy damaged TBI patient, a stroke patient with cranial nerve and strength deficits, etc).
  • Receptive Language Disorder - A child with receptive language disorder has difficulties with understanding what is said to them. The symptoms vary between children but, generally, problems with language comprehension begin before the age of three years. Children need to understand spoken language before they can use language to express themselves.

Reference links

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) Therapy Materials By Bilinguistics Author: Bilinguistics - Downloads and resources for providing bilingual therapy (Spanish/English)
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) Language Milestones From Bilinguistics Author: Bilinguistics - PDF of language milestones for bilingual (English/Spanish) children
  • Multilingual, Multicultural, Bilingual Resource Link For SLPs Author: ASHA - Link includes ASHA resources and information related to evaluation and treatment of clients from linguistically and culturally diverse backgrounds. Link includes ASHA resources to: Accent Modification Bilingual Service Delivery Collaborating With Interpreters, Transliterators, and Translators Cultural Competence Voice and Communication Services for Transgender and Gender Diverse Populations Dynamic Assessment Micro Course Cultural Competence Self Assessment Phonemic Inventories and Cultural and Linguistic Information Across Languages Collaboration With Interpreters: Securing Positive Outcomes Practical Assessment and Treatment Strategies for English Language Learners with Language Impairments Serving Clients From Diverse Backgrounds: Speech-Language Difference vs. Disorder Langu Continuing the Dialogue on Dialect: Positive Steps Toward Less Biased Assessments of Children Who Speak African American Englishage and Identity--Shifting Away from a Deficit Perspective on African American English Información en español
  • Language Difference vs Language Disorder: Assessing English Learners Author: Carol Westby and Kimberly Murphy - Video available Language Difference vs Language Disorder: Assessing English Learners Carol Westby, Bilingual and Multicultural Services, Albuquerque, NM Kimberly Murphy (Host), Old Dominion UniversityFollow Document Type Presentation Publication Date 5-20-2020 Abstract To a large extent, determining whether an English learner has a language/learning disability is a process of elimination. There are no tests that can definitely tell us whether the student has a language/learning disability. Inappropriately identifying an EL student as having a language/learning disability can result in stigmatization or reduced access to academic content, but waiting too long to identify a student who truly has a language/learning disability can be the beginning or the extension of a cycle of communicative, academic, and/or social failure. Assessment of EL learners requires collaboration between classroom teachers and speech/language pathologists. This session will cover (1) factors that complicate the assessment of English learners; (2) multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) and performance-based assessment; (3) process assessments, and (4) dynamic narrative assessment. Comments This professional development webinar was presented by Dr. Carol Westby for speech-language pathologists in Virginia. It was funded by the Virginia Department of Education and hosted by Dr. Kimberly Murphy, Old Dominion University.
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) Evaluation Resources Author: Bilinguistics - Dozens of speech, language, fluency, and other evaluation resources for bilingual evaluations
  • Receptive Language Vs. Expressive Language Author: NAPA Center - Put simply, receptive language generally refers to listening while expressive language refers to talking. But there's more to it, as we share in this blog!
  • Red Flags For Speech-Language Impairment In Bilingual Children Author: Scott Prath On ASHA Wire - Red Flags for Speech-Language Impairment in Bilingual Children Differentiate disability from disorder by understanding common developmental milestones.
  • Evaluation of Bilingual Children- Considerations Author: Alejandro E. Brice and Roanne G. Brice - An overview of considerations when evaluating bilingual (Spanish/English) children
  • Bilingual Service Delivery Author: ASHA - Information and resources regarding bilingual service delivery by SLPs (from ASHA)
  • Bilingual Language Development Video Author: Kathy Kohnert - YouTube Video on Bilingual Language Development by Kathy Kohnert
  • Receptive Language (understanding Words and Language) Author: Kid Sense Child Development - What is receptive language (understanding words and language)? Receptive language is the ability to understand words and language. It involves gaining information and meaning from routine (e.g. we have finished our breakfast so next it is time to get dressed), visual information within the environment (e.g. mum holding her keys means that we are going to get the car, a green light means go), sounds and words (e.g. a siren means a fire engine is coming down the street, the word ball means a round bouncy thing we play with), concepts such as size, shape, colours and time, grammar (e.g. regular plurals: cat/s, regular past tense: fetch/ed) and written information (e.g. signs in the environment like "no climbing", written stories).
  • Learning Two Languages: Bilingualism Author: ASHA - Information and resources for SLPs and parents of bilingual children