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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

Prevention of Medical Errors: The Mandate for Change

Paul Rao

April 26, 2010

This article is a written transcript of the course, "Prevention of Medical Errors: The Mandate...   Read More

A Pilot Telespeech Project: Providing Speech-Language Services to Ohio's Rural Schools

Sue Grogan-Johnson, PhD, CCC-SLP, Susan Grogan-Johnson

April 26, 2010

"My son has come so far this year with his speech! His improvement was shocking to his father...   Read More


Music, Spoken Language, and Children with Hearing Loss: Definitions and Development

Christine Barton

April 19, 2010

IntroductionIn the United States alone, 24,000 babies are born annually with a permanent hearing...   Read More


Speech-Language Pathology in a Long-Term Care Setting

Megan Malone, Jennifer Loehr

March 29, 2010

IntroductionIn years past, a long-term care (LTC) facility was a place that provided care for people...   Read More

Documentation for Speech-Language Pathologists Providing Services in Long-Term Care

Gary Mertz

March 29, 2010

IntroductionMany are familiar with the mantra, "If it isn't written, it didn't...   Read More

Inclusive Special Educational Services: The Evidence & What It Means to Speech-Language Pathologists

Jeffrey Meeks

March 18, 2010

Research-driven decision making is becoming more necessary in the field of speech-language pathology...   Read More

Managing Negative Feelings in Children Using Empathy and Other Techniques

Adina Soclof

March 12, 2010

Effective communication is the key component to developing and maintaining healthy professional and personal...   Read More

The Pitfalls and Possibilities for Early Identification of Language Impairments in Children: A Review for Clinicians and Researchers

Nicole Magaldi, Department of Communication Disorders

February 18, 2010

OverviewChildren are not typically diagnosed as having a language disorder until approximately...   Read More


Speech-Language Pathologists' Responsibilities Toward Individuals Who Have Waardenburg Syndrome

Alice Kahn

February 2, 2010

IntroductionWaardenburg syndrome (WS) is a genetic condition that can produce facial, limb,...   Read More

Ensuring Access to Communication for Young Children with Hearing Loss: Auditory Learning and Spoken Language

Todd Houston, LSLS Cert.AVT

January 25, 2010

Speech Perception in Typical Hearing ChildrenChildren with typical hearing are born with highly...   Read More

Grammar: "Ready to Use" or "Requires Assembly"

Judith Johnston

January 21, 2010

My basement flooded last week and in order to improve the drainage I needed to remove my garden shed....   Read More


Telehealth and Speech-Language Pathologists

Richard Steele

January 12, 2010

Telehealth is the application of telecommunications and teleprocessing to monitoring, assessing, maintaining,...   Read More

Ethics, Evidence, & an Expanding Scope of Practice

Sue T. Hale, M.C.D., CCC-SLP

January 12, 2010

This article is a written transcript of the course, "Ethics, Evidence, and an Expanding Scope...   Read More

The Mini-Mental State Examination: What an SLP Needs to Know

Amanda Stead, Penelope E. Webster, PhD, CCC-SLP, Meghan Collins, Meghan Collins

November 25, 2009

IntroductionSpeech-language pathologists (SLPs) play a primary role in the screening, assessment,...   Read More

Communication Diet Theory: An Extended Foundation for Hearing Rehabilitation

Graham Weir, Linda Daniel, MA, CCC-A, Hearing Biz

October 27, 2009

Discussions among audiologists on how to best work with adults with hearing loss usually revolve around...   Read More

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