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Speech, occupational, physical, and feeding therapy bookmarks from around the web

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The Complexity Approach to Phonological Treatment: How to Select Treatment Targets

There are a number of evidence-based treatments for preschool children with phonological disorders (Baker & McLeod, 2011). However, a recent survey by Brumbaugh and Smit (2013) suggests that speech...


School-Aged Children's Phonological Accuracy In Multisyllabic Words On a Whole-Word Metric

Phonological accuracy in MSW production was differentiated for elementary school–aged children with TD and PPD, using a whole-word metric. To assist with the identification of children with ongoing...


Tutorial: Speech Motor Chaining Treatment For School-Age Children With Speech Sound Disorders

Operationalized treatments for school-age children with speech sound disorders may result in more replicable and evidence-based interventions. This tutorial describes Speech Motor Chaining (SMC) pr...


Prosodic Patterns In Children’s Multisyllabic Word Productions

This paper reviews results from a series of studies that examined the influence of metrical and segmental effects on English-speaking children’s multisyllabic word productions. Three different appr...


The Effect of Dose Frequency On Treatment Efficacy For Children With Speech Sound Disorders

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) are urged to make evidence-based treatment decisions, but it is challenging to determine the appropriate intervention intensity for children with speech sound di...


The Link Between Language and Spelling: What Speech-Language Pathologists and Teachers Need to Know

SLPs have expertise in the key speech and language domains such as phonology, morphology, and semantics and are therefore well placed to play an important role in supporting learners in making link...


Children's Consonant Acquisition In 27 Languages: A Cross-Linguistic Review

The aim of this study was to provide a cross-linguistic review of acquisition of consonant phonemes to inform speech-language pathologists' expectations of children's developmental capacity by (a) ...


Language In Brief

Language is a rule-governed behavior. It is defined as the comprehension and/or use of a spoken (i.e., listening and speaking), written (i.e., reading and writing), and/or other communication symbo...


Speech Development In Spanish and English: What the Differences Mean to SLPs

Speech Development in Spanish and English: What the differences mean to SLPs by Bilinguistics


Spanish Phonemic Inventory

Spanish Phonemic Inventory and Facts about Spanish Phonemes by ASHA


Articulation and Intelligibility Norms For Spanish and English

Articulation and Intelligibility Norms for Spanish and English by Bilinguistics


Nonword Repetition Tasks For Dynamic Assessment or Bilingual Evaluations

Nonword Repetition Tasks (NWRT) can be used as a dynamic assessment as opposed to static assessment. NWRTs assess phonological working memory, speech perception, phonological assembly, and short te...


Bilingual Language Development Video

YouTube Video on Bilingual Language Development by Kathy Kohnert


How Do Phonological Processes Differ Between Spanish and English?

Description of how do Phonological Processes differ Between Spanish and English.


Red Flags For Speech-Language Impairment In Bilingual Children

Red Flags for Speech-Language Impairment in Bilingual Children Differentiate disability from disorder by understanding common developmental milestones.


Bilingual (English/Spanish) Therapy Materials By Bilinguistics

Downloads and resources for providing bilingual therapy (Spanish/English)


Evaluation of Bilingual Children- Considerations

An overview of considerations when evaluating bilingual (Spanish/English) children


Language Difference vs Language Disorder: Assessing English Learners

Video available Language Difference vs Language Disorder: Assessing English Learners Carol Westby, Bilingual and Multicultural Services, Albuquerque, NM Kimberly Murphy (Host), Old Dominion Un...


Reading Longer Words: Insights Into Multisyllabic Word Reading

Students with persistent reading difficulties are often especially challenged by multisyllabic words; they tend to have neither a systematic approach for reading these words nor the confidence to p...


Speech Sound Errors. The Most Common Speech Errors a Child is Likely to Make.

Speech Sound Errors: Speech production difficulties are the most common form of communication impairment school-based speech pathologists are likely to encounter when working in schools.


Multilingual, Multicultural, Bilingual Resource Link For SLPs

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 Modi...


Learning Two Languages: Bilingualism

Information and resources for SLPs and parents of bilingual children


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