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Articles for SLP CEUs

The Power of Talk: The Impact of Adult Talk, Conversational Turns, & TV during the Critical Years (0-4) of Child Development

Jeffrey Richards

April 27, 2009

Note: This article will be peer-reviewed for ASHA CEUs. If you are interested in receiving ASHA CEUs,...   Read More


Therapeutic Riding and Hippotherapy: What Is It and How Does It Work?

Bettie B. Borton, AUD, Amy Ogburn, Bettie Borton

April 13, 2009

Note: This article will be peer-reviewed for ASHA CEUs. If you are interested in receiving ASHA CEUs,...   Read More

 


Sibling Relationships for Children with Autism: What Makes Siblings 'Click?'

Kathleen Abendroth, Department of Communication Sciences

March 30, 2009

IntroductionThis investigation examines positive sibling relationships for children with ASD....   Read More


Howdy Doody Time: Young Children & TV

Judith R. Johnston, Judith Johnston

March 16, 2009

Mine was the first generation to grow up with television. The fact that I can still remember the names...   Read More


Graduate Student Resume Examples

Katie Miller, Cari Lee

March 2, 2009


Graduate Student Resume Checklist

Katie Miller, Cari Lee

March 2, 2009


Graduate Student Cover Letter Example

Katie Miller, Cari Lee

March 2, 2009


Cochlear Implants: Fundamentals, Facts, and Findings

Dorothy A. Kelly, CCC, Dorothy Kelly

March 2, 2009

Note: This article will be peer-reviewed for ASHA CEUs. If you are interested in receiving ASHA CEUs,...   Read More

  


On Mirror Neurons and Aphasia Rehabilitation

Richard Steele

February 16, 2009

Aphasiologists, neurologists, and others interested in the improvement of post-stroke neurorehabilitation...   Read More

 


An Update on Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders: More Than Tongue Thrust

Robert Mason

February 2, 2009

When you think of orofacial myofunctional disorders (OMDs), the term tongue thrust comes to mind....   Read More


Influence of Listener and Speaker Language on the Transcription of Utterances

Sarah Sproull, Angela Burda, Suzanne Ciechanowski, Sarah Sproull, Alison Corbett, Stephanie Jones, Cedar Falls

January 19, 2009

IntroductionThe purpose of this study was to determine the effects of the listeners and speakers...   Read More

 


On Aphasia Pharmacotherapy

Richard Steele

January 5, 2009

The role of pharmacotherapy in aphasia treatment has been investigated by scientists for over six decades....   Read More


Practical Referral Source Management

Robert Glaser, Speech Associates of Dayton

December 15, 2008

IntroductionA 2007 survey by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) of speech-language...   Read More


What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You: A Survey of High School Football Players' Knowledge about Sports-Related Concussion

Nancy Manasse-Cohick, PhD, Jerry Bornstein

December 1, 2008

AbstractObjective: To understand what high school (HS) football players know about concussion,...   Read More


A Comparison of Articulatory Assessment: The Arizona Articulation Proficiency Scale-3 & the Clinical Assessment of Articulation and Phonology

Amy Ogburn, Thomas Borton, Cynthia H. Presley, Georgia W. Holmes, Cynthia Presley

November 10, 2008

AbstractThe purpose of a traditional articulation test is to assess phonological and articulatory...   Read More


Speech Development for Children with Hearing Loss

Frederick Berg

October 27, 2008

Speech is a highly desirable asset. It is our main vehicle for expressing our thoughts and feelings...   Read More

 


Caregiver Strain/Caregiver Burden: Implications for Caregivers of Individuals with Aphasia

Meredith Allen, Graduate Student, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, College of Health Professions

October 13, 2008

IntroductionSignificant literature exists regarding caregiver strain and caregiver burden among...   Read More

 


Building the Link Among Hearing, Understanding, & Learning

Milene Rogiers

September 29, 2008

Note: This article will be peer-reviewed for ASHA CEUs. If you are interested in receiving ASHA CEUs,...   Read More

  


Mental Engagement of Young Children During Story Time: The Effect of Detachable Images

Donna Raschke, Ph.D., Frank Kohler, Clifford Highnam

September 15, 2008

Clifford Highnam, Ph.D., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Northern...   Read More


Hearing and Listening Are an Underlying Foundation for Learning

Gail Whitelaw, Department of Speech, Linda Daniel, MA, CCC-A

August 25, 2008

IntroductionHearing and listening are the underlying foundation for learning. Anything that...   Read More