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Resonance Disorders & Velopharyngeal Dysfunction: Simple Low-Tech and No-Tech Procedures for Evaluation and Treatment

Ann Kummer

December 10, 2007

Children with resonance disorders (hypernasality, hyponasality and cul de sac resonance) or velopharyngeal...   Read More

  


Assessment and Management of Minimal, Mild, and Unilateral Hearing Loss in Children

Anne Marie Tharpe, Anne Marie Tharpe

November 19, 2007

There has recently been a renewed interest in the topic of minimal and mild hearing loss in children....   Read More


The Role of Medication and Other Approaches in the Treatment of AD/HD: What Speech-Language Pathologists Need to Know

Donna Geffner

November 5, 2007

Individuals with AD/HD often rely on medical treatments including medications, behavioral therapies,...   Read More


First Words: From Theory to Intervention

Susan Lederer, Garden City

October 22, 2007

The purpose of this article is to review research on the acquisition of first words in children who are developing...   Read More


Working Guidelines for the Assessment and Treatment of Childhood Apraxia of Speech: A Review of ASHA's 2007 Position Statement and Technical Report

Sue Caspari, Speech-Language Pathologist, Private Practice

October 8, 2007

IntroductionIn March of 2007, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) published...   Read More

 


Williams Syndrome: A Unique Profile

Laura Hurd, Laura Hurd

September 24, 2007

Speech-language pathologists play an important role in the intervention and educational planning of individuals...   Read More


Effective Social Skill Instruction: Putting Research into Practice

Joyce Olson, Joyce Olson, Chippewa Falls

September 10, 2007

Language and Self-Regulation Deficits Affect Social Skill DevelopmentChildren with language...   Read More

   


What About Behavior? Considerations for School Speech-Language Pathologists

Joyce Olson, Joyce Olson, Chippewa Falls

August 20, 2007

Addressing the behavioral needs of children was reinforced as a priority in the Individuals with Disabilities...   Read More

   


Supporting Two Languages in Bilingual Children with Primary Developmental Language Disorders

Kathryn Kohnert, Kathryn Kohnert

August 6, 2007

* This article is an excerpt from Language Disorders in Bilingual Children and Adults (Kohnert, 2007)....   Read More

   


Being an Effective Team Player for Professional Success: Six Skill Sets

Vicki Larson, ASHA Fellow

July 23, 2007

IntroductionThis article is the second article of a two-part series on effective teambuilding....   Read More


Expressive Phonological Impairment and the Development of Literacy

Margot E. Kelman, PhD, CCC-SLP

July 9, 2007

Issues in Published StudiesIt is widely acknowledged that learning to read depends on phonological...   Read More

 


Reading to Kids

Judith R. Johnston, Judith Johnston

June 18, 2007

I don't remember learning to read, but I do remember reading in the oak tree behind my house,...   Read More

  


Effective Teambuilding for Professionals

Vicki Larson, ASHA Fellow

June 4, 2007

IntroductionTeamwork and being a team player are critical to personal and professional success....   Read More


Inferencing Skills of University Students for Visual Humor Items

Cecile Spector

May 14, 2007

IntroductionMuch of what we understand comes from our ability to infer meaning. That is, to guess,...   Read More


Counseling in Language Intervention: Building Effective Relationships

Shari Robertson

April 30, 2007

The primary task of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) is to help their clients learn the skills...   Read More

  


A Phonemic-Based Remediation Approach for /r/

Christine L. Ristuccia, M.S.,CCC, Christine Ristuccia, Michelle A. Aldridge, Ph.D, Michelle Aldridge

April 16, 2007

The phoneme /r/ is one of the most frequently misarticulated sounds that a speech-language pathologist...   Read More


An Exploration of 'Why Women Taste Better' & Other Ambiguous Statements

Cecile Spector

April 2, 2007

Ambiguous: Capable of being understood in two or more possible senses, doubtful, uncertain, obscureThe...   Read More

 


Using Sign to Facilitate Oral Language: Building a Case with Parents

Shari Robertson

March 19, 2007

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and early childhood teachers who work with children with linguistic...   Read More


What Do Spelling Errors Tell Us About Language Knowledge?

Jan Wasowicz

March 5, 2007

Like reading, spelling is a written language skill that draws upon an individual's repertoire...   Read More

 


Improving Written Language Skills Through Multiple-Linguistic Spelling Instruction

Jan Wasowicz

February 19, 2007

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

 


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