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Textbook: Here’s How to Treat Childhood Apraxia of Speech: 3rd Edition

Textbook: Here’s How to Treat Childhood Apraxia of Speech: 3rd Edition
Margaret Fish, MS, CCC-SLP, Amy Skinder-Meredith, PhD, CCC-SLP
August 17, 2023

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margaret fish

Margaret Fish, MS, CCC-SLP

Margaret Fish is a speech-language pathologist working in private practice in Illinois. She has over 40 years of clinical experience working with children with severe speech-sound disorders, language impairments, and social communication challenges. Margaret’s primary professional interest is in the evaluation and treatment of children with childhood apraxia of speech (CAS), and she has presented workshops on topic related to CAS across the U.S. and internationally. Her workshops and writing focus on providing practical, evidence-based evaluation and treatment ideas to support children with CAS.


amy skinder meredith

Amy Skinder-Meredith, PhD, CCC-SLP

Amy Skinder-Meredith is a Clinical Professor at the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University-Spokane, where she serves as the Chair of the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. She is the co-founder of Camp Candoo, an intensive summer program for children with CAS. She has been an SLP for over 30 years and has worked in the public schools, hospitals, university clinics, and private practice settings. She has published and presented her research on CAS at national conferences, has given over 100 workshops for practicing SLPs across the U.S. and internationally on assessment and treatment of CAS, and is on the Professional Advisory Council for Apraxia-Kids. She enjoys the continuous learning that comes with working with kids with CAS as they evolve from early childhood to adolescence.

 



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