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Articles for SLP CEUs

Dysphagia in the Trach and Vent Population

Eric Blicker

March 8, 2011

This text-based course is a written transcript of the course, "Dysphagia in the Trach and Vent...   Read More


Stuttering: Working on Negative Beliefs and Emotions

Marilee Fini

March 1, 2011

This text-based course is a written transcript of the course, "Stuttering: Working on Negative...   Read More

Improving Written Language Using a Multiple-Linguistic Spelling Word Study Approach

Jan Wasowicz

March 1, 2011

Spelling and word-level reading are written language skills that draw upon an individual's repertoire...   Read More

Improving Memory Using the Spaced Retrieval Technique

Megan Malone, Jennifer Loehr

March 1, 2011

This text-based course is a written transcript of the course, "Improving Memory Using the Spaced...   Read More


Compliance: More Than Just Following The Rules

Rex Crosby

March 1, 2011

This article is a written transcript of the course, “Compliance: More Than Just Following The Rules,”...   Read More

A Framework for Teaching Conversational Interaction

Barbara Hoskins, Kristine Noel

March 1, 2011

This text-based course is a written transcript of the course, "A Framework for Teaching Conversational...   Read More

Autism and My Sensory Based World

Temple Grandin

January 24, 2011

Date: 01-17-11Event: Dr. Temple GrandinIf you would like to earn ASHA CEUs for this course,...   Read More

Communicating with a Patient Who Has Dementia

Gary Mertz

November 15, 2010

IntroductionMost speech-language pathologists (SLPs) will eventually come into contact with...   Read More


Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Considerations for Selecting Target Utterances for Treatment

Margaret Fish, MS, CCC-SLP

November 8, 2010

This article is a written transcript of the course, "Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Considerations...   Read More

Eye Anomalies as Diagnostic Indicators of Communication Disorders

Alice Kahn

October 11, 2010

IntroductionAlthough eyes occupy a prominent position in the human face, the information they...   Read More

Treating the Disordered Professional Voice as a Repetitive Strain Injury

George Charpied

September 2, 2010

IntroductionThere is an increasing demand for treatment of the professional voice, which is the voice...   Read More

Supporting Students in the Language and Vocabulary of Math

Kathleen Aiken Babineau

August 31, 2010

IntroductionMath is more than just numbers and operations. Math is rich with concepts and terminology....   Read More

Multidisciplinary Management Strategies for Speech-Language Pathologists in Post-Acute Settings

Lorelei O'Hara

August 31, 2010

IntroductionThe nature of rehabilitation in sub-acute and post-acute medical facilities is multidisciplinary....   Read More


Asperger's Disorder and Bipolar Disorder in Children

Kimberly Frazier Baker

August 6, 2010

IntroductionCommunication and social impairments displayed by individuals with Asperger's...   Read More

Clinical Fellowship Mentoring: The Essential Process of Mentoring

Lisa Cabiale O'Connor

July 8, 2010

Introduction and OverviewIn today's workplace environments, responsibility for supervising...   Read More

Health Literacy: A Brief Overview

Charles Ellis, Brecken Hentz, Charles Ellis

July 6, 2010

IntroductionThe Institute of Medicine (IOM) defines health literacy as "the degree to which...   Read More

Error-Free Learning?

Judith R. Johnston, Ph.D, Judith Johnston

June 30, 2010

Everybody makes mistakes. That's why they put erasers on pencils.-Homer SimpsonIn Homer...   Read More

Music, Spoken Language, and Children with Hearing Loss: Using Music to Develop Spoken Language

Christine Barton

May 25, 2010

"Daddy, I hear music in my dreams!"Cooper, age 4, bilateral cochlear implant user IntroductionMusic...   Read More


Language Processing in Broca's Area

Richard Steele

May 12, 2010


Speech-Language Pathology in a Home Care Setting

Megan Malone, Jennifer Loehr

May 7, 2010

IntroductionToday, the settings in which a speech-language pathologist can practice are as varied...   Read More