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Effective Language Therapy for Large Caseload

Leslie Holzhauser-Peters ., M.S.,CCC

June 28, 2010

I am having a hard time feeling like the therapy I provide for my language disordered students is effective. My caseload is large (60 + students), and the teachers have been difficult to work with as...   Read More


3:1 Service Delivery Model

Deborah Adamczyk ., M.A.,CCC-SLP

October 26, 2009

What is the 3:1 Service Delivery Model that is being implemented in the schools?   Read More

Workload versus Caseload in the School Setting

Deborah Adamczyk ., M.A.,CCC-SLP

September 21, 2009

Can you explain the difference between workload versus caseload?   Read More

Use of FM System in the Classroom

Gail Whitelaw, Ph.D

September 14, 2009

What does FM stand for and what are some of the advantages of using an FM system in the classroom?   Read More

Chromosome 6p Deletion and High Arch Cleft Palate

Robert Mason Dmd, Ph.D

August 18, 2008

My daughter is 3 1/2 years old. She has chromosome 6p deletion. She was diganosed with a high arch cleft palate, and she has had numerous ear infections. She has had 5 sets of tubes in her ears. Her h...   Read More

Hypernasality in the Absence of Cleft

Robert Mason Dmd, Ph.D

July 7, 2008

I am an SLP who works mainly with adults in the hospital setting. I am also starting to treat children privately for primarily articulation problems. Recently, a mom in my community has been asking me...   Read More

Improving Inferencing Skills in Children

Leslie Holzhauser-Peters, M.S.,CCC-SLP

May 12, 2008

I am a student clinician in Dr. S R Chandrashekar Institute of speech and hearing and providing speech therapy for a child (5.5years) to improve his inferencing skills. I need your help in doing so -...   Read More


Bifid Uvula, Submucous Cleft, and Speech Regression Post Adenoidectomy

Robert Mason Dmd, Ph.D

April 7, 2008

When my 2 yr old had her adenoids and 2nd set of tubes done last July it was discovered that she has a "bifid uvula consistent with a submucous cleft palate." Her speech regressed extensively after th...   Read More


Determining Whether Supraglottic Swallow Works Using FEES

Susan Langmore ., Ph.D

January 7, 2008

I am aware of an ENT in my area (CA) who performs FEEST in her office without a speech pathologist. We subsequently did a VFSS on one of her patients for whom she recommended a supraglottic swallow ba...   Read More


A Classroom-Based Service Delivery Model for a Child with Autism

Lillian Stiegler, Ph.D

December 17, 2007

I am working with a first grade student who has autism. He is able to leave the large group classroom and walk to the speech therapy room, and participates in all language activities. Yet when we walk...   Read More


Anoxic Incident in a 10-month Old

Cheryl B.Gerard, Ph.D

July 30, 2007

I'm working with a 10-month old infant who suffered an anoxic incident due to near drowning. She has little cause and effect awareness, no volitional vocalizations, and delayed latch to nipples. Her s...   Read More


Interrupted Oral and Silent Reading

Leslie Holzhauser-Peters, M.A.

July 16, 2007

I am working with a student whose oral reading is constantly interrupted by an unusual amount of breaths taken in the middle of words. Thus his comprehension of the subject matter is compromised. Does...   Read More

Early Intervention for Tongue Thrust

Juli Webster ., M.S.,CCC-SLP

July 2, 2007

I am a grandmother, R.N., and do most of the childcare for my 19 mo. old grandson. Both his parents are dentists, one being a Pedodontist. The problem is that my grandson has had a tongue protrusion s...   Read More


Laryngeal Spasms

George Charpied, M.S.,CCC-SLP

June 25, 2007

I recently conducted a modified barium swallow study on a patient who complained of severe coughing episodes at the beginning of her meals that subsided as she ate. During the MBS, the patient did cou...   Read More


Tongue Thrust and Orthodontics

Dee Lance, Ph.D

June 4, 2007

At what point do you not treat tongue thrust? I saw a 10 year old who was referred because her orthodontist does not want to put braces on her because of a tongue thrust. Her background includes no hi...   Read More


Delayed Speech Therapy Ten Years Post Trauma

Amy Ogburn Yeager, Ph.D

April 16, 2007

I am seeing a 15 yr old girl in my school who suffered from a road traffic accident 10 years ago. She underwent medical treatment for the same but no speech therapy. She has hemiparalysis on the right...   Read More


Videonasendoscopy v. Videofluoroscopy

Ann Kummer, Ph.D

April 9, 2007

What are the differences and similarities between a videonasendoscopy and videofluoroscopy in regards to velopharyngeal function, including equipment and procedures, views obtained, and type of data p...   Read More


How Does Oral Care Prevent Aspiration Pneumonia?

John Ashford ., Ph.D,CCC

January 1, 2007

How does oral care play a role in preventing aspiration pneumonia? How frequently should it be done for a patient who has dysphagia? Are there protocols to help address oral care for the aspiration ri...   Read More


The Role of the Educational Audiologist

Jeanane Ferre -a, Ph.D,CCC

August 28, 2006

What is the job of an educational audiologist? What do they do?   Read More


Transdiciplinary Service Model for Early Intervention

Cheryl Stewart, M.A.,CCC-SLP

August 7, 2006

Are there guidelines for or questions an IFSP (Individualized Family Service Plan) team should ask themselves when deciding whether an infant or toddler with developmental delays or disabilities, unde...   Read More