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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

 


Stages and Components of Presymbolic and Symbolic Play

Maggie Watson

August 11, 2008

IntroductionPlay is an integral aspect in the life of children, and provides the basis for much...   Read More


Language Impairments & Social-Emotional Communicative Competence

Carol Westby

July 28, 2008

IntroductionRecent years have witnessed an increased interest in the interrelationships between...   Read More

  


Advancing Emotional Intelligence in Older Students with Language Disorders

Vicki Larson

July 14, 2008

IntroductionDrawing from the work of Goleman (1995, 1998, 2006), it is evident that the concept...   Read More

  


Music Therapy and the Emergence of Spoken Language in Children with Autism

Christine Barton

June 9, 2008

'My child knew music before he knew words.'Kim, mother of an 8 year-old boy with autism...   Read More

 


Development of Phonological Awareness Skill

Linda Schreiber

May 19, 2008

 


General Recommendations and Specific Activities for Developing Phonological Awareness in Older Students

Cecile Cyrul Spector

May 5, 2008

Phonological awareness skills are essential for both language and reading development (e.g., Gillon,...   Read More

  


Reading Fluency: Building a Bridge to Comprehension

Shari Robertson

April 21, 2008

In 2000, the National Reading Panel published the results of a comprehensive analysis of the research...   Read More

 


Empowering Teachers of Children from Low-Income Homes

Sandra Combs, Lesley Raisor, Nancy Creaghead, Sandra L. Schneider, PhD, CCC-SLP

April 7, 2008

IntroductionBecause of our knowledge about spoken language and language disorders, speech-language...   Read More

  


Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Considerations during Assessment

Courtney Marino

March 24, 2008

IntroductionAccording to the Center for Disease Control (CDC; 2005), an estimated 4.4 million...   Read More

  


An Evidence-Based Emergent Literacy Curriculum for Students with Significant Developmental Disabilities, Including Those Who Are Nonverbal

AAC-AT Consultant, Linda Schreiber

March 10, 2008

Expectations of students with significant disabilities, especially in relation to literacy, are changing....   Read More

 


Malingering Aphasia? Improbable, Not Impossible

Gail Pashek, Department of Communication Sciences

February 25, 2008

Abstract"Functional" disorders have been estimated to represent approximately 4-5%...   Read More

 


About Idioms

Cecile Spector

February 11, 2008

Idiom: A set phrase of two or more words that means something different from the literal meaning of the individual...   Read More

  


Birth to Three: Building a Foundation for Literacy (Part II)

Margot E. Kelman, PhD, CCC-SLP

January 28, 2008

The early childhood yearsfrom birth through age 8are a critical learning time for children to develop...   Read More

  


Birth to Three: Building a Foundation for Literacy (Part I)

Margot E. Kelman, PhD, CCC-SLP, Penelope E. Webster, PhD, CCC-SLP, Nancye C. Roussel, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Literacy Consultant, Margot Kelman

January 14, 2008

Literacy development begins at birth and continues throughout the life span (Neuman & Roskos,...   Read More

  


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